Anthony Antoine is the Executive Director of the Brussels School of Governance. He holds a degree in Political Science (Licentiaat Politieke Wetenschappen, 1994, summa cum laude) and studied as Erasmus student at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, the University of Central Lancashire (Preston, UK) and the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Centre d'Etudes en Relations Internationales et Stratégiques). Recently, he also obtained a Management Certificate from the Solvay Brussels Business School (ULB).
As researcher, he was linked to the Centre for Peace and Security Studies of the VUB's Politics Department. Between 1998 and 2002, he worked on a project creating educational modules over the Internet on proliferation and non-proliferation of chemical and biological weapons, and this together with the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) and the Eidgnossische Technische Hogschüle Zürich (International Relations and Security Network, ETHZ). As assistant to Prof. Dr. Gustaaf Geeraerts, he was responsible for the course "European Security" at VUB. Within the Euro-Atlantic Foundation, an NGO created under the auspices of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, he was Project Director and consultant for internet-communication for parliaments in Central and Eastern Europe (1997-2002). After having worked for NATO's Office for Information and Press (1995-1997) he became CEO of the companies Allied Consultants and Dune Enterprises (1997-2002), where he dealt with electronic (crisis-) communication at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), the Western European Union (WEU), the High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Stability Pact, various international Parliamentary assemblies and Belgian Federal Government. Since 2002, Anthony is full-time Executive Director of the Brussels School of Governance. He is also member of the Audit Committee of the Erasmus Hogeschool, and Advisor to the President of the Brussels University Alliance (BUA). He currently combines his function at the Brussels School of Governance with the ad-interim and part-time directorship of the United Nations University institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS).