Dr Alexander Wochnik

School of Environment, Education and Development
University of Manchester

s200_alexander.wochnikDr Alexander Wochnik is a Visiting Research Fellow in Geography at the School of Environment, Education and Development. As a political scientist who specialised on issues of European Integration, he researches topics that lie on the nexus between politics and international relations including energy governance. His PhD thesis on Polish-German relations examines the role of non-state actors in crafting Germany’s and Poland’s foreign policies. Currently Alexander explores how domestic and EU energy policies of specific EU candidate states affect state relations.

Before joining The University of Manchester Alexander was a Harry and Helen Gray fellow at John Hopkins University’s American Institute of Contemporary German Studies (AICGS) in Washington DC (http://www.aicgs.org/expert/alexander-wochnik/). He holds a PhD from Aston University, an MA from the University of Birmingham, and a BA from Maastricht University.

His posts on this website can be located by following this link.