holds a degree in International and European Affairs from the University of Piraeus. He has worked as an editor of many student publications and news portals and his media talents had him working as communications consultant for several PR firms and online ventures. Writing about everything from the internet to environmental sustainability, technology and social justice, his work can be found at the Greek female news portal, Fe-mail, where he revises Greek showbiz news and raises many eyebrows with his essays. Currently, he is working on his thesis, The Impact of the Internet on Social Movements.
Last 5 posts by Ilias Kountoupis
- In for the Kill: Greece’s Economic Crisis - June 29th, 2010
- Revisiting the Armenian Genocide - March 5th, 2010
- Revisiting the Armenian Genocide - March 3rd, 2010
- When it Comes to Television, I’m Sworn to Piracy - September 10th, 2009
- Running Out of “Fuel” - One Staff Writer’s Experience with Writer’s Block - April 23rd, 2009