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THEODORE S. ZOUPANOS

Background

  • ZOUPANOS, THEODORE S. was born on September 19, 1935 in Corfu, Greece.

  • Education

    • Cornell University, 1954-1958, Bachelor’s. Princeton University, 1958-1962, Master of Arts, Doctoral Studies. Spoken languages: Greek, English, French.

    Career

    • Chief, Special Coordinator for Representation & Public Affairs, Office(s) of the Director-General, United Nations Office at Geneva since 1990. Chief, External Relations & Inter-Agency Affairs, United Nations Office at Geneva, 1985-1990. Deputy to Director, 1983-1985, Coord Officer, 7183, External Relations & Inter-Agency Affairs, United Nations Office at Geneva.

      Human Rights Officer & Special Assistant to Director, Division of Human Rights, United Nations, New York, 1966-1970. Policy Advisor, Permanent Mission of Cyprus to United Nations, New York, 1964-1966. Assistant Professor, International Law & Relations, Vassar College, United States of America, 1962-1964.

    Membership

    Member: Cornell University Council. Princeton Club of New York. Cornell Club; Diplomatic Club of Geneva.

    Personality

    Interests

    International relations and law. Human rights law; development economics. Political and diplomatic journalism.

    Motor-boating; tennis. Book and magazine collecting. Antique automobiles; planning for the development of tourism.

    Gardening.

    Connections

    • Spouse Aristba, National of Greece.
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