Articles by Filip Ilkowski

11 2021

The state of Polish-EU relations reflects geopolitical and ideological clashes

Filip Ilkowski
Relations between Poland and the EU have reached a nadir with the recent clash between the Polish Constitutional Court and the European Union Court of Justice. This conflict, argues Filip Ilkowski, reflects much deeper divisions connected to EU geopolitics and ideological clashes in Polish society
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Filip Ilkowski
Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, University of Warsaw

Filip's research interests include theories of imperialism and the capitalist state, social movements, political thought, and British and Middle Eastern politics.

Most recently, he edited a volume of the journal Political Studies entitled: The Capitalist State in the Global System 2020+ that included his text on 'The ideal collective capitalist' in times of the pandemic.

In 2017 he obtained his habilitation for his work on theories of capitalist imperialism, which included the monograph Capitalist Imperialism in Contemporary Theoretical Approaches.

Filip gained his PhD in 2005 with a thesis entitled 'Reforms of the British trade union movement between 1964 and 1997: a political science analysis'.

He is also an activist in the teachers' trade union and in anti-war, anti-racist social movements.

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