ProfileDr Evangelos Fanoulis is lecturer in International Relations at Xi’an Jiaotong – Liverpool University. He was previously postdoctoral research fellow at Metropolitan University Prague, lecturer in Politics at the University of Leicester and fellow at the University of Essex where he also did his doctorate. He received training at the EU Commission and European External Action Service, and worked as research officer for the FP7 ANVIL (Analysis of Civil Security Systems in Europe) project.
His main research interests - and areas where he welcomes supervision - are democracy and populism in Europe, discourse analysis, European security governance, EU-China relations, and post-structuralist approaches to international relations.
Dr Fanoulis has published a research monograph entitled "The Democratic Quality of European Security and Defence Policy: Between Practices of Governance and Practices of Freedom" with Routledge and is editor of the forthcoming "Routledge Handbook of Critical European Studies". Other publications of his include articles in the journals European Security, European Politics & Society, Global Society, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, and Journal of Common Market Studies as well as book chapters in several edited volumes.