Dr. Andrew N. Liaropoulos is a Senior Analyst in the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS). He is Assistant Professor in University of Piraeus, Department of International and European Studies, Greece. Dr. Liaropoulos teaches also in the Joint Staff War College, the National Security College and the Air Staff Command College. He earned his Master’s Degree in Intelligence and Strategic Studies at Aberystwyth University and his Doctorate Diploma at Swansea University. His research interests include international security, intelligence reform, strategy, military transformation, crisis management, foreign policy analysis and Greek security policy. Dr. Liaropoulos is also a member of the editorial board of the Journal of European and American Intelligence (JEAI) and of the Journal of Information Warfare (JIW).
▪ ‘Cyberspace Governance and State Sovereignty’, in G.C. Bitros, N.C. Kyriazis (eds.), Democracy and an Open-Economy World Order (Springer, 2017), pp.25-35.
▪ ‘Exploring the Complexity of Cyberspace Governance: State Sovereignty, Multi-stakeholderism & Power Politics’, Journal of Information Warfare, 15, 4 (2016), pp.14-26.
▪ ‘Exploring the puzzle of cyberspace governance’, in proceedings of the 15th European Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security, 7-8 July 2016 (Reading: Academic Publishing International Ltd, 2016), pp.198-204.
▪ ‘Reconceptualizing Cybersecurity: Safeguarding Human Rights in the Era of Cyber Surveillance’, International Journal of Cyber Warfare and Terrorism, 6, 2 (2016), pp.33-41.
▪ ‘A Human-centric Approach on Cybersecurity: Securing the Human in the Era of Cyber-Phobia’, Journal of Information Warfare, 14, 4 (2015), pp.15-24.
▪ ‘Exercising state sovereignty in cyberspace: An international cyber-order under construction?’, in Ryan, Julie (ed), Leading Issues in Information Warfare & Security Research, vol. 2 (Reading: Academic Publishing International Ltd, 2015), pp.191-202.
▪ ‘On Cyber-terrorism: Redefining terror in cyberspace’, Politika, Annual Journal (2014), pp.41-48.
▪ (co-author Ioannis Konstantopoulos) ‘Reforming the Greek National Intelligence Service: Untying the Gordian Knot’, Journal of Mediterranean and Balkan Intelligence, 3, 1 (2014), pp.5-17.
▪ ‘Great Power Politics in Cyberspace: U.S.A and China are drawing the lines between confrontation and cooperation’, Panorama of Global Security Environment (Bratislava: Centre for European and North American Affairs, 2013), pp.155-166.
▪ ‘Exercising state sovereignty in cyberspace: An international cyber-order under construction?’, Journal of Information Warfare,12, 2 (2013), pp.19-26.
▪ ‘The Challenges of Social Media Intelligence for the Intelligence Community’, Journal of Mediterranean and Balkan Intelligence, 1, 1 (2013), pp.5-14.
▪ ‘Exercising state sovereignty in cyberspace: An international cyber-order under construction?’ in 8th International Conference in Information Warfare and Security, Regis University, Denver, Colorado, USA, 25-26 March 2013.
▪ ‘Deterrence in Cyber Space: Implications for National Security’, MCIS Yearbook 2012 (Mediterranean Council for Intelligence Studies, 2012), pp.41-48.
▪ ‘Power and Security in Cyberspace: implications for the Westphalian state system’, Panorama of Global Security Environment (Bratislava: Centre for European and North American Affairs, 2011), pp.541-548.
▪ (republication) ‘War and Ethics in Cyberspace: Cyber-Conflict and Just War Theory’, in Ryan, Julie (ed), Leading Issues in Information Warfare & Security Research, vol. 1 (Reading: Academic Publishing International Ltd, 2011), pp.118-130.
▪ ‘Cyber-Security and the Law of War: The Legal and Ethical Aspects of Cyber-Conflict’, Greek Politics Specialist Group Working Paper no.7, April 2011.
▪ ‘War and Ethics in Cyberspace: Cyber-Conflict and Just War Theory’ in 9th European Conference on Information Warfare and Security, University of Macedonia and Strategy International, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1-2 July 2010.
▪ (co-author John Nomikos), ‘Truly Reforming or Just Responding to Failures?: Lessons learned from the Modernization of the Greek National Intelligence Service (NIS-EYP)’, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counterterrorism, 5, 1 (2010), pp.28-41.
▪ ‘European Security: The Limits of Strategic Culture’ in Stivachtis, Yannis A. (ed), The New Europe: Politics, Economics and Foreign Relations (Athens: Athens Institute for Education and Research, 2010), pp.43-52.
▪ (republication) ‘Revolutions in Warfare: Theoretical Paradigms and Historical Evidence, The Napoleonic and First World War RMAs’, in Sheffield, Gary (ed.), War Studies Reader: From the Seventh Century to the Present Day and Beyond (London: Continuum, 2010), pp.129-157.
▪ (co-author Sophia Dimitrakopoulou), ‘Russia’s National Security Strategy to 2020: A Great Power in the making?’, Caucasian Review of International Affairs, 4, 1 (2010), pp.35-42.
▪ ‘The Transformation of Warfare in the Information Age’ Themata: Policy & Defence, no.28 (Athens: Defence Analyses Institute, April 2009).
▪ ‘The Institutional Dimension of Greek Security Policy: Is there a need for a National Security Council?’, National Security and the Future, 9, 3 (2008), pp.25-38.
▪ ‘The Russian Defense Reform and its Limitations’, Caucasian Review of International Affairs, 2, 1 (2008), pp.42-49.
▪ ‘Psychological Operations in Iraq: Losing the Hearts and Minds Battle’ in Stivachtis, Yannis A. (ed), Global Affairs in a Turbulent World: Perspectives and Controversies (Athens: Athens Institute for Education and Research, 2008), pp.221-232.
▪ ‘The Limits of Europeanization’, The Journal of International Security Affairs, no. 12 (Spring 2007), pp.99-100.
▪ ‘A (R)evolution in Intelligence Affairs? In Search of a New Paradigm’, RIEAS Research Paper no.100 (Athens: Research Institute for European and American Studies, June 2006).
▪ ‘Revolutions in Warfare: Theoretical Paradigms and Historical Evidence - The Napoleonic and First World War Revolutions in Military Affairs’, The Journal of Military History, 70, 2 (April 2006), pp.363-384.