"Balkan Transformations: The View of the UN from Athens" Dr. Sotiris Mousouris was born in Greece in 1936. He attended the University of Athens and Harvard Business School (DBA, 1967). In 1966, Dr. Mousouris joined the UN working in the Department of Economic and Social Affairs as an economist. During his time with the UN, he served as Assistant Secretary General heading departments such as Political Affairs, the Centre Against Apartheid, and the Office of the Personal Representative of the Secretary-General for Afghanistan and Pakistan. After retiring from the UN, he was appointed president of the Organization for the Construction of the New Museum of Acropolis. This talk was generously sponsored by University Seminars Programs of the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation (USA).