Konstantinos Antonopoulos



LL.B. (Thrace); LL.M. (Cantab); Ph.D. (Nottingham).

Associate Professor of International Law, Faculty of Law, Democritus University of Thrace, Member of the Rodopi Bar.

Visiting lecturer at the University of Nottingham (2010) and the University of Pecz (2001). Member of several academic societies, including the British Institute of International & Comparative Law; 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. 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.

His research interests lie mainly in the use of force, collective security, and the settlement of disputes, statehood and self-determination.