Leonard Schuette is a doctoral researcher in the NestIOr project 'Who gets to live forever? Toward an Institutional Theory on the Decline and Death of International Organisations'. Most recently, he was a research fellow at the Centre for European Reform (CER), a think tank in London. He received a MPhil in International Relations and Politics from the University of Cambridge in 2018. Before, he studied at the University of St Andrews and spent an exchange semester at Sciences Po in Paris.
Leonard Schuette’s research concentrates on the politicisation of the European Union, Brexit, international organisations, international relations theories, and German politics. He has published articles in the Cambridge Review of International Affairs and Journal of Contemporary European Research as well as book reviews in International Affairs and the Journal of Common Market Studies. He has also written policy briefs as well as commentaries for the CER and several media outlets.