David Cadier is a Fellow in Diplomacy and International Strategy at LSE IDEAS and a teaching fellow in the International Relations Department at the LSE.
Dr Cadier earned his PhD in Political Sciences and European Studies from Sciences Po (Paris) in 2012. His Dissertation, supervised by Professor Jacques Rupnik, analysed the foreign policies of the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia since their accession to the EU. At IDEAS, he is mainly involved in the academic side of the running of the Executive Masters Program in Diplomacy and International Strategy.
Dr Cadier was a visiting fellow at the Centre for Transatlantic Relations at SAIS Johns Hopkins University in Washington (2011), a guest researcher at the Prague Institute of International Relations (2010) and a visiting scholar at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in Boston (2009). He held teaching positions in International Politics and European Affairs at Charles University in Prague (2010) and at Sciences Po in Lille (2012). Finally, he had professional experiences at the OSCE Headquarters in Vienna (External Cooperation Section at the Office of the Secretary General) (2007), at the OSCE Mission to Serbia (2008) and at the French Embassy to Estonia (2006).
Areas of Expertise
Foreign Policy Analysis
EU policies towards the East: European Neighbourhood Policy and EU-Russia relations
‘The foreign policy of the Czech Republic’ in Bindi and Angelescu (eds.) Conflict or Convergence? The Challenges of Foreign Policy in a Globalized World. Washington: Brookings Institution Press, 2012.
‘Après le retour à l’Europe: la politique étrangère des pays d’Europe centrale’ [After the Return to Europe : The Foreign Policy of the Central European Countries], Politique étrangère, Septembre 3/2012 : 573-584.
‘Où va le Partenariat Oriental? L’UE et ses voisins européens’ [What Future for the Eastern Partnership? The EU and its Eastern Neighbours] (with Florent Parmentier), Revue du marché commun de l’Union Européenne, 552, 2011 : pp. 597-602.
‘EU mission in Kosovo (EULEX): constructing ambiguity or constructive disunity?’ Transatlantic Security Papers vol. 3, Washington and Paris: SAIS Centre for Transatlantic Relations/Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique, June 2011.
‘Can civil society play a role in foreign policy? Societal groups and parastate organizations in the Czech Republic’. in Fischer and Pleines (eds.) Civil society in Central and Eastern Europe, Stuttgart: Ibidem Verlag, 2010, pp. 141-154.