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Charalampos-Ion Vallianos-Leventis is a doctoral candidate at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. His doctoral research explores the external aspect of European Union policies. Specifically, it focuses on the external implications and the sustainability of the Common Fisheries Policy. His research falls under the UNESCO Chair for Climate Diplomacy. Since March 2020, he is a Junior Research Fellow at the Institute of European Integration and Policy, where he is involved in research and educational programs. He is also a Junior Research Fellow at ELIAMEP.



MSc in International Relations and European Studies (European Union in a Global Order), Universiteit van Amsterdam, (2017).

BA (Joint Hons) , History and Politics, University of Sussex, (2015).



Research interests:

Sustainability, Climate Policy, Normative Political Theory, Constructivism, European Foreign Policy, European Identity, European Integration, Migration. 


Participation in research and educational programs of the Institute:

UNESCO Chair on Climate Diplomacy

EU Model Simulation for High School Students

Observatory for Climate Change in Southeast Europe

ARSINOE program 



Part of the research team in: Doussis, Emmanuella, et al, (2022). «Hydrocarbon extraction vs Offshore wind farms: Can Greece become a green energy hub in the Mediterranean?», The Green Tank.