Angelos Chryssogelos holds a PhD from the European University Institute with a dissertation on the impact of the dynamics of political party competition on foreign policy. His research interests are in the intersection of international relations and comparative politics, with an emphasis on the impact of political parties and populism on foreign policy and international relations. During the 2018-19 academic year he is the Weatherhead-Berggruen fellow in the Global Populism/Challenges to Democracy cluster of the Weatherhead Center at Harvard University, and a Fulbright-Schuman fellow at SAIS Johns Hopkins. He has held positions at the LSE and King’s College London, and is an associate fellow of the Europe Programme of Chatham House. His articles have appeared in various academic journals. He is currently working on a monograph based on his doctoral dissertation. In 2016 a policy report he wrote for Chatham House on the EU’s governance crisis was named as one of the 50 best think tank reports of the year.