Constantine Antonopoulos

About/Bio

Constantine Antonopoulos, LL.B (Thrace), LL.M (Cantab), Ph.D (Nottingham): Born in Greece. Associate Professor of Public International Law, Faculty of Law, Democritus University of Thrace. Member of several academic societies: the American Society of International Law; the European Society of International Law; the International Law Association (member of the board of the Hellenic Branch); the Hellenic Society of International Law & International Relations. Member of the ILA, Committee on the Use of Force (2009-present). Author of three monographs; a Cases and Materials book on the settlement of disputes by the International Court of Justice; co-editor of a textbook on International Law and author of several articles and chapters in books

Recently Published

An International Law Assessment of the Collective Self-defence Clause of the 2021 Treaty on the ‘Establishment of Strategic Partnership of Cooperation in Matters of Defence and Security’ between Greece and France

On 28 September 2021 France and Greece concluded a bilateral treaty on the ‘Establishment of Strategic Partnership of Cooperation in Matters of Defence and Security’ (see the Greek and French version here. The Treaty has not been translated yet into English). The Treaty is premised on a community of interests in matters of foreign policy, defence, and…

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