Angelos Chryssogelos teaches European politics and international relations at King’s College London. His interests lie in external relations of the EU, foreign policy in Europe, and European party politics. Apart from being a Martens Centre Research Associate he is also an Associate Fellow of the Europe Programme of Chatham House and an associate of the Hellenic Observatory, European Institute of the London School of Economics. He is also the president of the Athens-based think tank Hellenic Conservative Policy Institute. He holds a doctoral degree from the European University Institute in Florence. In the past he has worked at the LSE and Chatham House, and taught at the universities of Limerick and Antwerp. He was a visiting fellow of the Martens Centre (then CES) in 2010 and has been a frequent contributor to events and debates in the EPP network ever since, including Martens Centre and EIN events, and EPP campaign managers meetings. He has published academic articles in the Journal of Common Market Studies, European Foreign Affairs Review, Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, and European View; and authored or co-authored policy reports for Chatham House, Martens Centre, and Political Capital Institute. He has commented extensively on European and Greek affairs for the media, including BBC World News, CNBC, Bloomberg, the Guardian, and the Financial Times.