Professor of security studies at the Centre for Europe at the University of Warsaw. She was an election supervisor in BiH for the OSCE and a Council of Europe expert.
Specialisation: ITERNATIONAL SECURITY, MILITARY CONFLICTS, PEACEBUILDING, EU FOREIGN POLICY, BALKANS, AFGHANISTAN, IRAQ
Professor of security studies at the Centre for Europe, University of Warsaw. She was election supervisor in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe and a Council of Europe expert in its „Intercultural Dialogue and Conflict Prevention” programme. She concentrates on theory of ethnic conflict management, rebuilding of relations of power in shattered societies, political and party systems in post-conflict states as well as peacebuilding operations. Three times OSCE election supervisor in BiH she also run her field research there, studying the institutions of power and inter-group cooperation. She did her Ph.D. on „Post-conflict peace-building: Putting law into practice” with the European University Institute (Florence) and received her „habilitacja” from the Department of National Security of the National Defence Academy (Warsaw).
Dziewulska, Pokój po konflikcie: Bośnia, Afganistan, Irak. Wnioski dla strategii bezpieczeństwa UE, Centrum Europejskie UW, Warszawa 2016; Dziewulska, Peace-building in Bosnia: Lessons Learned [w:] K. Pędziwiatr, P. Kugiel, A. Dańda (red.) Current Challenges to Peacebuilding Efforts and Development Assistance, Tischner European University, Kraków 2016; Dziewulska, An Impossible Pasodoble: The EU and Bosnia Today, „Yearbook of Polish European Studies” Vol. 13/2010, str. 175-194; Dziewulska, Sztuka rozwiązywania konfliktu zbrojnego, Warszawa, Bellona, 2007; Dziewulska, Theory versus practice: peace process in Bosnia, “Journal of Peace, Conflict and Development” nr 2, grudzień 2002
Place of residence: Warsaw