Director of Research Office, Foreign Policy Programme Director, Security and Defence Programme Director
Tomasz Smura, PhD, is a graduate of the Institute of International Relations at Warsaw University and Director of Research Office at the CPF.
Tomasz Smura, “Balance Sheet of Poland-US Relations beyond the Trump Administration” in Balance Sheet of U.S. Allies and Implication for Alliance Policy, ed. Tomasz Smura, Naomi Konda (Warszaw: Casimir Pulaski Foundation 2018); Tomasz Smura, From Newport to Brussels – NATO adaptation to the Russian threat, 2 (2018); Tomasz Smura, “America (still) first? – assessment of the first year of Donald Trump’s presidency, Pulaski Policy Paper , 2 (2018); Tomasz Smura, “Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. elections – possible consequences for American foreign and security policy,” Pulaski Policy Paper, 27 (2016); Tomasz Smura, “Russian Anti-Access Area Denial (A2AD) capabilities – implications for NATO,” Pulaski Policy Paper, 29 (2016); Tomasz Smura, “New Cold War – the impact of the deterioration of relations between Russia and the West on the security environment in Europe, Pulaski Policy Paper, 11 (2015); Tomasz Smura, Rafał Lipka, “The modernization program of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation – current status and prospects of success,” Pulaski Policy Paper, 1 (2015); Tomasz Smura, Rafał Lipka, “The Polish Air Force,” in The Polish Armed Forces – Current State, Perspectives and Modernization Challenges, ed. Tomasz Smura, Rafał Lipka (Warsaw: Casimir Pulaski Foundation, 2014); Tomasz Smura, “The MEADS Offer” in The Polish Shield – Needs, Challenges and Implications for the Security of Poland, ed. Tomasz Smura, Rafał Lipka (Warsaw: Casimir Pulaski Foundation, 2014); Tomasz Smura, “China-Japan Relations in Shinzo Abe’s Term,” Stosunki Międzynarodowe – International Relations, 1 (2014): 165-81.