Lieutenant General (ret), Defence Analyst, Coordinator and Chief Editor for Defence and Diplomacy

Lt. General (ret.) Konstantinos Loukopoulos, during his career in the Hellenic Army was assigned in various posts in Greece and NATO. Inter alia, he was Instructor and Course Director in the NATO School in Oberammergau, Germany (2001-2004) where organized Courses and Mobile Training Teams.

He was also assigned to NATO HQ/ International Military Staff (IMS) as Defense Planning Coordinator and Capabilities Policy Section Chief ( 2006-2009) having worked on allied defense planning at the highest level in NATO developing a profound expertise on all matters related to capabilities development and chaired regularly the Military Committee Working Group for NATO Capabilities (Directed and supervised the development of many high level Military Committee (MC) documents.

In Greece Lt General (ret) Loukopoulos, apart from his operational posts, served as Press Officer of the Chief of Defence and as Director of International Affairs Directorate, in the MOD/General Secretariat for Armaments where he took part as Acting National Armaments Director in the NATO relevant Conference as well as in the European Defense Agency equivalent body.

He is a graduate of the Higher Staff College (Thessaloniki) and the National Defense College, while finished successfully his post- graduate Strategic Security Studies.

After his retirement General (ret) Loukopoulos is Senior Defnece Analyst and Head - Editor in Chief, for Defence and Diplomacy issues in