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Ο Ανδρέας Ανδριανόπουλος γεννήθηκε το 1946 στον Πειραιά. Σπούδασε Πολιτικές Επιστήμες στην Αθήνα και Συγκριτική Πολιτειολογία, Ανάπτυξη και Διεθνείς Σχέσεις στα Πανεπιστήμια Κέντ και Κέιμπριτζ της Αγγλίας και Όσλο της Νορβηγίας.

Είναι διπλωματούχος του ειδικού τμήματος Ηγεσίας και Διοίκησης της Σχολής Κέννεντυ του Πανεπιστημίου του Χάρβαρντ ενώ είναι και κάτοχος δύο επίτιμων διδακτορικών διπλωμάτων.

Εξελέγη επτά συνολικά φορές βουλευτής Πειραιά και Νήσων και μετείχε σαν Υπουργός και Υφυπουργός σε έξη κυβερνήσεις της Νέας Δημοκρατίας ενώ το 1986 εξελέγη και Δήμαρχος του Πειραιά.
Μεταξύ άλλων διετέλεσε Υφυπουργός Εξωτερικών, Υπουργός Πολιτισμού κι Επιστημών και Υπουργός Βιομηχανίας, Ενέργειας, Τεχνολογίας και Εμπορίου.

Στις 17 Νοεμβρίου του 1994 παραιτήθηκε από το βουλευτικό του αξίωμα, αποχωρώντας παράλληλα κι από την ενεργό πολιτική. Στις εθνικές εκλογές του Μαρτίου 2004 εξελέγη για 8η φορά στο Ελληνικό Κοινοβούλιο (Επικρατείας), συνεργαζόμενος με το ΠΑΣΟΚ.

Κείμενά του δημοσιεύονται σε ελληνικές εφημερίδες και περιοδικά, αναλύσεις του έχουν παρουσιασθεί σε διεθνούς κύρους έντυπα όπως η Wall Street Journal, οι Financial Times, το Transition, το Links κα. ενώ έχει γράψει βιβλία που έχουν εκδοθεί στην Ελλάδα και το εξωτερικό.

ΤεΕχει παρουσιάσει κι ενημερωτικές εκπομπές στη Τηλεόραση.
Υπήρξε επισκέπτης - ειδικός εμπειρογνώμων (Visiting Scholar) του Κολεγίου Σαίντ Εντμουντς του Πανεπιστημίου του Κέιμπριτζ (1995-6) και συνεργάτης της Μονάδας Εσωτερικής Ασίας και Μογγολίας της Σχολής Ανατολικών Σπουδών του ιδίου Πανεπιστημίου.
Είναι Εταίρος (Public Policy Fellow) του Ερευνητικού Ιδρύματος Woodrow Wilson Center στην Ουάσιγκτον (1998-9) και ιδιαίτερα του Ινστιτούτου Κένναν για τις χώρες της πρώην Σοβιετικής Ένωσης. Είναι μέλος του Διοικητικού Συμβουλίου της Ομοσπονδίας Αποφοίτων του Woodrow Wilson Center στην Ευρώπη.

Εχει διευθύνει σεμινάρια κι έχει δώσει διαλέξεις για ζητήματα Ισλαμικής αναβίωσης και πετρελαιαγωγών στα Πανεπιστήμια Χάρβαρντ, Στάνφορντ, Μπέρκλευ, Ουισκόνσιν, Τζώρτζ Ουάσιγκτον, Βιρτζίνια και Κολούμπια, στο αμερικανικό Department of State καθώς και σε κέντρα μελετών της Ουάσιγκτον.
Έχει ταξιδέψει εκτενώς σε χώρες της Κεντρικής και της Νότιας Ασίας κι εργάζεται σαν σύμβουλος ανάλυσης πολιτικού ρίσκου για διεθνείς εταιρίες που δραστηριοποιούνται στον τομέα της ενέργειας στις περιοχές αυτές.

Τον Νοέμβριο του 2003 ονομάσθηκε Καθηγητής της έδρας Δημόσιας Πολιτικής «Ελευθέριος Βενιζέλος», στο Αμερικανικό Κολέγιο της Ελλάδος.

ΤΕΛΕΥΤΑΙΑ ΤΟΥ ΒΙΒΛΙΑ είναι: Δημοκρατικός Καπιταλισμός και Κοινωνία της Γνώσης (1997), Στην Καρδιά του Ισλάμ: Από τις Στέπες της Κεντρικής Ασίας ως το Αφγανιστάν (1998), Η Παγκοσμιοποίηση και Οι Εχθροί της (2002), In the Heart of Islam (2002), Λουτρό Αίματος στο Νότο (2003) και με την Shireen Hunter (ed.) το Geostrategic Developments in Eurasia After September 11 (Εκδ. Frank Cass, 2003). Επίσης το Crisis in Trans-Atlantic Relations, με άλλους ειδικούς, από το ίδρυμα ZEI της Βόννης, 2005. Εγραψε επίσης τα Υεπρασπίζοντας Την Ελευθερία (2005), Ολοκληρωτικός Πόλεμος Για Την Ενέργεια (2006) και Κατερίνα Σφόρτσα (2006).

Τελευταία εργάσθηκε σαν επικεφαλής ομάδας διεθνών ειδικών συμβουλεύοντας την κυβέρνηση της Ρωσικής Ομοσπονδίας σε θέματα Ανταγωνισμού και Απελευθέρωσης των Αγορών. Επίσης ονομάσθηκε για δεύτερη φορά εταίρος του Woodrow Wislon Center της Washington με αντικείμενο την Ενεργειακή Διπλωματία της Ρωσικής Ομοσπονδίας.

Είναι τώρα Δ/ντής του Ινστιτούτου Διπλωματίας και Διεθνών Εξελίξεων του Αμερικανικού Κολλεγίου της Ελλάδας (Deree College) που εδρεύει την Πλάκα. και είναι συντονιστής του μεταπτυχιακού προγράμματος Ηγεσίας του ιδίου Κολλεγίου. Παράλληλα διδάσκει Effective Communication Campaigns και Ανάλυση Ρίσκου στο Πανεπιστήμιο του Καλίνιγκραντ (πρώην Koningsberg) της Ρωσικής Ομοσπονδίας. 

Ο Ανδρέας Ανδριανόπουλος είναι παντρεμένος και έχει δυό γιούς. Με την γυναίκα του Ράννα και τα παιδιά ζούν στην Υδρα και στην Αθήνα

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

   


ANDREAS ANDRIANOPOULOS


Born in 1946 in Piraeus Greece, in a family of politicians and founders of the most popular Greek football team (Olympiakos FC)

He was educated at Athens College, and in the Schools of Political Science in Athens, Kent (UK), Cambridge and Oxford. He studied also Economics and Issues of Peace Research at the University of Oslo. He holds also a Diploma on Leadership from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

He lectured at various Schools in the USA and England (Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, Wisconcin at Madison, George Washington, LSE) and he was a Visiting Scholar at St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge. In 1998-99 he was Public Policy Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington DC. He holds two honorary PH.D. degrees and he was Professor of Public Policy at the American College of Greece.

He has been elected 9 times member of the Greek Parliament and he has served as Minister of Culture, Trade, Industry, Energy, Technology and Mass Communications.

He has also been elected Mayor of the City of Piraeus. He has contributed articles to numerous Greek and international journals and newspapers and has written books on Islam, Economic and Political Liberalization and Energy Security. Since he resigned from Parliament he held his own TV talk show, worked professionally as a newspaper commentator and as a consultant on issues of Caspian energy and political risk analysis for countries of the former Soviet Union and South Asia. He recently lead a team of international consultants in advising the government of the Russian Federation, under the auspices of the EU, on free competition and the advocacy of liberal market reforms. He also returned as a South East European Project Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington working on the topic of Russian Energy Diplomacy.

He is now the Director of the Institute of Diplomacy and Global Affairs of the American College of Greece (Deree College) which is situated in the district of Plaka in Athens, Greece. He ia also teaching Effective Communication Campaigns ans Risk Analysis at the University of Kaliningrad (former Koningsberg) in the Russian Federation.

He is also the author of two historical novels on Medieval and Renaissance Europe.

He is married and he has two sons. With his wife Ranna and with their children they live in Hydra and Athens.

 

   

 

  

 

 



 


 

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