Stefanos Reppas is a third-year undergraduate student in Political Science at the University of Amsterdam (Universiteit van Amsterdam). Despite his initial academic background in the Chemical Engineering department at the University of Aberdeen, he made the decision for career change in 2018 when he first encountered aspects of violent nationalism in the UK at the start of the Brexit period. An avid reader and a self-proclaimed anti-capitalist, Stefanos will assist mέta’s academic sector during his two-month internship.

Giorgos Tsalikis, studied Business Administration in Athens University of Economics and Business. He worked as editor in chief in Greek student and youth media before engaging in digital marketing and product development. In the past three years, Giorgos is a freelance business consultant, covering marketing, communication and business development needs for Greek companies & organisations.

Dimitris Zografakis was born in Heraklion, Crete, he finished his classical guitar studies at the Philippos Nakas Conservatory and at the Veaki School of Dramatic Art. Since 2000 he has been working in theater, film and television, participating as an actor and director in very large productions.

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Dimitris V. Peponis holds a degree in Civil and Structural Engineering. He has collaborated with Panteion University’s Institute of International Relations (IDIS) in Athens, Greece as Associate Researcher. Dimitris is the founding editor of Cosmoidioglossia, a website focusing on, but not limited to, analyses of the shifting tendencies in international relations (e.g. political demographics, postsecularism, macrohistory). He has worked as a parliamentary researcher at the Hellenic Parliament. Dimitris is affiliated with mέta as a Research Associate, focusing on the IR Observatory of its research sector. 

His latest book, The End of the Great Deviation: From Ukraine and the Pandemic to the New Global Order, was published in March 2023 by TOPOS Press’ mέta series:

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