Dimitris Symeonidis

Dimitris Symeonidis is an energy policy & geopolitical risk analyst based in The Hague. He is an MSc Engineering & Policy Analysis graduate specialized in the geopolitical aspects of the energy transition, with a special focus on Central Asia and South Caucasus.

Thinking Outside the EU-CA Box? The Prospects of a C5+Greece Cooperation

Central Asia has always been in the fringe of the EU neighborhood and, because of that, had a lot of significance for its foreign...

Regional paradiplomacy in Central Asia: A lifeline for Russia?

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought an unprecedented change in the geopolitical world order, and Central Asia has, more than most regions, been...

The Geopolitics of Ukraine’s Grid Interconnection Dreams Amidst the War: What to Look out for

On 24 Feb. 2022, Russia launched a large-scale military invasion in Ukraine, after the escalation of the already tense relations that succeeded in the...

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