Andrej Nosko manages the Governance and Policy Debates Unit at the Open Society Initiative for Europe covering a governance portfolio that supports work countering state and regulatory capture in European Union countries, and a policy debates portfolio that brings underrepresented or marginalized voices to current policy discussions and supports policy debates and research on the future of European democracy.
Nosko’s academic interests include the political economy of security, new security threats, and the energy security policies of European countries. He has worked with and led an international group of researchers advocating for closer transnational cooperation in improving energy security in Europe. Previously, Nosko worked at the European Commission’s Directorate General for Justice Freedom and Security (now DG Home Affairs) on improving information exchange between law enforcement bodies. Nosko holds an MA in international relations and European studies as well as a PhD in political science from Central European University in Budapest.