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Ikaros Moushouttas

Ikaros Moushouttas was appointed as a Senior Advisor and member of the IES Advisory Council on 1 September 2010.

Ikaros was Member of the Policy Planning and Early Warning Unit in the Council of the European Union since 2004 where he worked initially on the ESDP action plan for Western Africa and security aspects of migration and then moved to more horizontal issue where he played a leading role in the implementation and development of the 'Solana Report' on climate change and international Security

His previous work experience included such positions as advocate in the Cyprus Bar Association (1992-1993), Press Officer in the UN Headquarters in Vienna (1994), almost ten years as a Diplomat in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cyprus (1994-2003) posted in Vienna, Brussels and Nicosia, and Senior Press Officer in the Directorate-General Agriculture, European Commission (2003-2004). Ikaros was born in Cyprus in 1967. He graduated in Law in the United Kingdom (1987-1991) and International Relations in Belgium (1996-1997).

As Senior Advisor to IES he will be contributing to our work on climate change and international security and other global governance issues.

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