Junior Fellow, Environment & International Affairs.
Dimitrios Makousis specializes in energy geopolitics. He writes about geostrategy, natural resources, and security architecture in the Eastern Mediterranean, Greek-Turkish relations, and the Cyprus question.
He is interested in the geostrategic competition among great powers, climate change politics, EU energy and foreign policy, ideology and propaganda, and the ongoing technology revolution and its various implications.
He holds an MSc with Distinction in Energy Law, Business, Regulation, and Policy from the International Hellenic University (IHU) and a BSc in Environmental Engineering from the Democritus University of Thrace (DUTH).
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Terror’s Storm: Hamas Attack and the Geostrategic Shifting Sands or “Hamas Unleashed: Navigating Geostrategic Turbulence”
In the wake of a brutal Hamas attack on Israel, the Middle East finds itself at a pivotal moment. Timed strategically before the expected Israel-Saudi Arabia agreement, this assault aimed to shatter regional stability, keeping the Palestinian cause at the forefront. The event has significant implications for global security, the international system, and major players like Iran, Turkey, Russia, and China.
Energy lies at the heart of the main actors’ geostrategic moves amid a reshuffling of the global order. The weaponization of energy flows and infrastructure is a coercion and power projection tool increasingly prevalent. Everybody tries to checkmate on the energy chessboard, or so they should.
European energy security must come through support of Greece and Cyprus in the Aegean Sea and Eastern Mediterranean.
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