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Dr Angelos Chryssogelos

Chryssogelos_AngelosTeaching Fellow in International Relations & Politics

Email angelos.chryssogelos@kcl.ac.uk
Tel + 44 (0)20 7848 7250
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 Department of European & International Studies
King's College London
Room 4.03, Virginia Woolf Building
22 Kingsway 
London, WC2B 6LE

 

 

Biography

Dr Chryssogelos studied in Greece and the Netherlands before obtaining a PhD in political sciences from the European University Institute in Florence. He has taught in the universities of Antwerp and Limerick, and held a postdoctoral fellowship at the Hellenic Observatory of the LSE. Outside of academia, Dr Chryssogelos has extensive experience working for think tanks and policy institutes, including the Clingendael Institute in the Hague, the Martens Centre in Brussels, and the Europe Programme of Chatham House. His research interests are in European politics broadly defined, and Greece. 

Research interests
  • EU politics and external relations
  • Foreign policy and security in Europe
  • Parties and party systems in Europe
  • Populism
  • Greek politics and foreign policy

Dr Chryssogelos is generally interested in the intersection of international and domestic politics, and especially the ways party politics interact with foreign policy and international relations. His publications explore both the role of political parties and partisan actors in outcomes of world politics, and the impact of international factors on developments in domestic political arenas. His empirical focus is on Europe, including the politics and foreign policies of both the EU and European states. Dr Chryssogelos also holds a strong interest in Greek affairs, particularly Greek foreign policy and developments in the Greek party system. 

Selected publications
  • ‘The People in the “Here and Now”: Populism, Modernization and the State in Greece’, International Political Science Review, 38(4): 473-487 (2017).
  • ‘Populism in World Politics: A Comparative Cross-Regional Perspective’, International Political Science Review, 38(4): 399-411 (2017, with Vedi Hadiz).
  • ‘Transnational European Party Federations as EU Foreign Policy Actors: The Activities of Europarties in Eastern Partnership States’, Journal of Common Market Studies, published online (2016).
  • ‘Patterns of Transnational Partisan Contestation of European Foreign Policy’, European Foreign Affairs Review, 20(2): 227-245 (2015).
  • ‘Foreign Policy Change in a Polarized Party System: Greece and Turkey’s EU Candidacy’, Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 15(1): 19-36 (2015).
  • ‘Reaction and Adaptation in the Longue Durée: The Far-Right, International Politics and the State in Historical Perspective’, in Saull, Richard, Alexander Anievas, Neil Davidson and Adam Fabry (eds.), The Longue Durée of the Far-Right, London: Routledge, 2015: 85-105 (2015).
  • ‘The Evolution of the “Populist Potential” in European Politics: From New Right Radicalism to Anti-System Populism’, European View, 12(1): 75-83 (2013).
Teaching

Dr Chryssogelos’ teaching areas lie in European politics broadly defined, including EU politics and external relations, foreign policy and security in Europe, political systems in Europe, and parties and party systems (especially populism). Sub-disciplines he feels comfortable discussing include international relations theory, foreign policy analysis, EU studies, and comparative party politics. 

Expertise and public engagement
  • Extensive experience writing and speaking to the media. Wrote op-eds for (among others) New York Times, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Newsweek and EuObserver. Has appeared on (among others) BBC World News, Bloomberg and CNBC.
  • Areas of interest for media commentary: EU politics and external relations, the crises of EU governance, Greek affairs, European politics.  
  • Associate fellow of the Europe Programme of Chatham House.
  • Delivered the 2014 UACES Arena lecture.
  • Has given guest lectures at universities of Nijmegen, St Andreew and Durham.
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