Marek Bičan originally comes from Brno but currently lives in Prague, where he works at the Office of the Government as an assistant to the Deputy Minister of European Affairs and as a researcher at several evidence-based projects of Czech Priorities. Furthermore, he studies towards PhD in International Relations and European Politics at Masaryk University (his first alma mater), where he is also an assistant lecturer at Department of International Relations and European Studies, and he has successfully applied for another PhD in Defence Studies at King’s College London, where he finished his second MA. He also frequently comments on British politics on Czech Television and Czech Radio. His interests are evidence-based policymaking, British domestic politics, British foreign and defense policies, strategic studies and strategic foresight, and European history. In the future, Marek sees himself in academia or, perhaps later, in politics.

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