Crisis Cabinet B

Maria Mystridou Crisis Cabinet B (Chair)

Maria Mystridou is a 3rd year undergraduate student in the department of International, European and Area studies, at Panteion University, specializing in International Relations. Her passion for her field of studies has led her to participate in a variety of simulations in the past, starting from her first year in university.

She is currently completing a two-year research at the Institute of International Relations, focusing on US Foreign and Domestic Affairs while her other academic interests involve strategic studies and military history. Her aim is to specialize in Crisis Management and Strategy in US foreign policy and has so far completed relevant summer schools abroad before applying for her MA next fall. She speaks fluent English and French.

In her spare time, she enjoys reading, travelling, planning ahead her next trips and nagging to her friends about how little time she has for future trips.

Last but not least, she looks forward to welcoming you all to this very exciting conference and more specifically to Crisis Cabinet B!

Let’s win this war, shall we?

Panagiwtis Karytsiotis Crisis Cabinet B (Co-Chair)

Panagiotis was born in 1996. He is an undergraduate student in the Department of International and European Studies of the University of Macedonia, in the direction of Political Studies and Diplomacy. He has been practicing in services such as the Municipality of Thessaloniki and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as in research centers. He is a scientific associate of the Hellenic Institute of Cultural Diplomacy and actively participates in lectures and workshops on the themes of International Relations as well as on a variety of United Nations Modeling Models both in Greece and abroad. He regularly writes to the newspaper Huffington Post Greece on issues of international relations. He knows English and French.