Vassilis NTOUSAS

Vassilis Ntousas was International Relations Policy Advisor at FEPS, where he coordinated various international projects and activities and conducted political research.

Vassilis received his MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics in 2011, specialising mainly in foreign policy analysis and international security issues. He had previously received a First Class Honours for his BA in International Relations and Politics from the University of Sheffield in 2008.

Prior to joining FEPS, Vassilis worked as senior communications and political advisor at the Municipality of Thessaloniki, Greece, providing advice in the areas of international affairs and intercity diplomatic relations. He has extensive experience in strategic and tactical political communications, with a particular focus on crafting comprehensive, tailor-made messaging, engagement and outreach strategies.

Vassilis began his career in Brussels taking part in a traineeship at the Secretariat General of the European Commission, where he carried out political analysis on the proceeding of various committees of the European Parliament, related to international affairs. Following this, he worked as a public affairs consultant at APCO Worldwide, representing a variety of high-profile clients, advising on policy-making and

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Our European Future

FEPS contribution to the Conference on the Future of Europe

In our hands: Progressive ideas for a renewed and repurposed Trans-Atlantic bond


Europe and Iran in a fast-changing Middle East


Walking the strategic talk: A progressive EU foreign policy agenda for the future

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The 21 May Greek election: entirely unexpected and extremely consequential


America’s 2022 midterms: Democrats and democracy defying expectations


Facing the risks: making strategic autonomy work in practice


A night to remember: a new dawn for Istanbul (and Turkey)

What are the reasons behind this result, which marked the ruling AK party’s biggest defeat in almost 20 years?

Iran: one notable leap for the EU, one insufficient step for the nuclear deal

It is also a signal of painful, but real readiness to break the long-established auto-pilot mode of operation in transatlantic relations.

FEPS post summit briefing: European Council, 22-23 June 2017

It is crucial that member states now deliver on the decisions taken.
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FEPS leads a new flagship research project on EU Strategic Autonomy with top European experts

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#CallToEurope – 2021 Highlights 

#99 FEPS Talks ‘Afghanistan, the emerging Biden doctrine and the way forward for transatlantic cooperation’

#90 FEPS Talks ‘China and transatlantic perspectives on Beijing’

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