Petr Kratochvíl

Petr Kratochvil is the director of the Institute of International Relations, the Chairman of the Academic Board of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic and a member of the Academic Senate of the Czech Academy of Sciences and of several scientific and departmental committees in the Czech Republic and abroad. Most recently he worked as a correspondent and evaluator at the Technology Agency and the Grant Agency of the Czech Republic, and as an expert for Horizon 2020. He is the author of many publications, such as the first Czech textbook on the theories of European integration. He is the co-editor of the Encyclopedia of International Relations , the (co-)author and/or editor of nine monographs, and the (co)author of more than thirty impacted and reviewed articles (for example, in the Journal of Common Market Studies and the Journal of International Relations and Development ). His most recent works include the monograph The European Union and the Catholic Church - Political Theology of European Integration (with Tomas Dolezal, Palgrave 2015).

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