George Christou is Professor of European Politics and Security at the University of Warwick, UK. His main research monographs include: ‘The European Union and Cybersecurity: Adaptation and Resilience in Governance Policy’, (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016); 'The New Electronic Market Place: European Governance Strategies in a Globalising Economy' (Edward Elgar, 2007, with S Simpson); 'The European Union and Enlargement: The Case of Cyprus', (Palgrave, 2004). He has also published in journals such as Governance, Journal of Public Policy, Journal of European Public Policy, Journal of Common Market Studies, Political Geography, European Security and Cooperation and Conflict. He has previously worked on EU-funded FP7 projects such as the European Union as a Global-Regional Actor in Peace and Security (EU-GRASP) (2009-2012) and 'Global Re-ordering: Evolution through European Networks' (GREEN) (2010-2015); as well as the NATO-ACT sponsored Project PREDICT (Projections and Relevant Effects of Demographic Implications, Changes, and Trends and the UK ESRC/DSTL sponsored project: ‘Science and Security: Research Impact and Co-Production of Knowledge’. He is engaged in a UK ESRC project investigating the role of civil society organisations in professional Internet Governance Fora (Sep 2105-Sep2018) and an EU-funded H2020 project, ‘Development of a European Resilience Management Guideline (RESILENS, June 2015-June2018).