Mr Marcus Andreopoulos

Mr Marcus Andreopoulos

PhD Student

Department of International History

Key Expertise
Pakistan, British rule, decolonisation, post-colonial statecraft,

About me

Marcus Andreopoulos is a full-time MPhil/PhD candidate in International History at LSE. His research explores the legacy of British rule, decolonisation, and post-colonial statecraft in the formative years of the Pakistani military establishment.

Marcus holds a BA in History from the University of Kent and an MSc in International History from the LSE. Currently, he is a Senior Fellow at the Asia-Pacific Foundation, with a focus on South Asia, and has conducted primary research throughout the Himalayas and Kashmir. He also works alongside NATO’s Defence Education Enhancement Programme, engaging in professional military education and defence curriculum development with partner nations in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, the Middle East, and the Balkans. Marcus’ work is supervised by Dr Kirsten Schulze, an authority on Political Islam.

PhD Title: "The British origins of the Pakistani Military Establishment"

PhD Supervisor: Dr Kirsten Schulze


Expertise Details

British rule; decolonisation; post-colonial statecraft; Pakistani military establishment.