Milosz J. Cordes
Research Fellow at the Danish Foreign Policy Society (2021-2022), Post-Doc Researcher at Lund University (2021-2023)
PhD in Cultural Studies, MA in East-European Cultural Studies and International Relations, BA in History and International Relations. Research Fellow at the Danish Foreign Policy Society (2021-2022), Post-Doc Researcher at Lund University (2021-2023). Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellow (2006). Casimir Pulaski Foundation Scholarship Awardee (2010-2011).
Miłosz spent 10 years at the Polish diplomatic service. He was Vice-Consul at Poland’s Consulate General in Kaliningrad (2018-2021), Second Secretary at Poland’s Permanent Representation to the European Union (2016-2018), Second Secretary & Specialist at Poland’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ (2012-2016). He dealt with the war in Ukraine, Eastern Partnership, EU’s foreign and security policy and Russia’s foreign policy.
Miłosz’s research interests cover identity, politics of memory, nationalism & populism in Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltic Sea Region integration, as well as the West-Russia relations. He has published over 30 articles in international journals and is now working on his book about identity politics in Kaliningrad Oblast.
Place of residency: Frederiksberg, Denmark