Tomáš Petříček


Tomáš Petříček is a senior non-residential fellow at the Centre of Global Political Economy at the Institute of International Relations in Prague. He is also director of Progressive Analytical Centre, Prague based think-tank. Since 2022 he is member of the Board of Trustees of the Boris Nemtsov Foundation for Freedom. He received Ph.D. in International Relations from Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague, and M.A. degree in International Political Economy from University of Warwick. He used to serve as a Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic between 2018 and 2021. He previously worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and the European Parliament. He used to be external lecturer of International Political Economy at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. His research interests lie in the area of international political economy, new technologies and development, societal resilience and global environmental politics and climate diplomacy. He is member of the Czech Social Democratic Party.

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Publications
27/09/2022

Enduring values

How progressives across Europe can win
26/01/2022

Progressive Yearbook 2022

FEPS’ Progressive Yearbook has become a tradition and is now close to the heart of […]
07/07/2021

Contested Commodities: my body my choice?

In spite of the sensitivity and heterogeneity of the phenomenon, prostitution and sex work constitute […]
31/07/2020

Time to care! Work, life and inequality in the care economy

The distribution of care work in a society plays a central role in the formation […]
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Events
25 - 27/03/2022
Warsaw, Poland

The Ones to Watch

Warsaw, Poland, 25-27 March 2022 The second cycle of the Ones to Watch meets for […]
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#41 FEPS Talks: Socialising Green Deal & more international cooperation – two-folder path towards the post-COVID times