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Michail Theodosiadis

Dr. Michail Theodosiadis is an academic researcher working in the field of International Political Theory, International Relations and History of Political Thought. His most recent research interests and teaching activities revolve around issues related: (A) to Liberalism (as a trend in International Relations) and Cosmopolitanism; (B) to the contribution of Byzantine strands of political thought (with emphasis on Cosmopolitanism) to the improvement of contemporary peace prospects between nations; (C) to the comparative examination of ancient Greek democracy and modern liberal democracy. Another cluster of his research looks at Western and post-colonial approaches on global politics and history. Also, Dr. Theodosiadis looks at the history of the Greek diaspora in tandem with Cultural Diplomacy. Dr. Theodosiadis frequently consults with official diplomats about crisis management, cultural property, democracy, transnational peace and cooperation.


  • 2022–present
    Lecturer, Charles University, Prague


  • 2021 
    PhD, Pass
  • 2013 
    Birkbeck, University of London, Merit


  • 2022
    Dioa-noesis, The Byzantine cosmopolis as an alternative state order to global liberalism
  • 2021
    Dia-noesis, Byzantine matters: book review
  • 2021
    Polis Revista, From Hobbes and Locke to Machiavelli’s virtù in the political context of meliorism
  • 2019
    Tragedy and the Will to Power, Book Chapter, in Language, Power, and Ideology in Political Writing