Andriy joined FEPS in May 2023 as a Policy Analyst on International Relations. Before joining Brussels office he cooperated with FEPS in the capacity of a non-resident post-doctoral fellow, focusing on EU’s enlargement and neighbourhood policies, with a particular attention to Ukraine’s post-war recovery and its EU accession path. Prior to that, Andriy worked as the Head of Europe & International Affairs and Baltic Dialogue programmes at Warsaw office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation and was responsible for Eastern Europe and Eurasia Programme at the largest peacebuilding organization in the Netherlands (PAX). Previously, he also worked on migration management within the UN system (IOM, UNHCR).
Andriy is a member of the European Studies Unit at the Institute of Sociology and Philosophy at the Polish Academy of Sciences, where he successfully defended doctoral dissertation entitled “Democratic legitimacy beyond a nation-state. The case of the European Union”. He is an alumnus of MA in European Public Affairs at Maastricht University and MA in Politics and Society at Lancaster University. His research interests include the analysis of the ongoing transformational processes in the EU and its neighbourhood, and their international context. Andriy has contributed to over 40 publications and has provided expert input for media outlets in Europe and the US.