Zbigniew Pisarski

Zbigniew Pisarski

President of the Board

Mr. Pisarski is a political analyst, foreign and security policy media commentator, lecturer and social entrepreneur. He is founder and President of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation.

Specialisation: FOREIGN POLICY (POLAND, U.S., RUSSIA & POST-SOVIET STATES, IRAN), INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND DEFENCE, NATO, DEMOCRACY PROMOTION

Mr. Pisarski is a political analyst, foreign and security policy media commentator, lecturer and social entrepreneur. He is founder and President of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation, a leading Polish think tank specialising in foreign policy and security. He is also co-founder of the European Academy of Diplomacy, the first European non-governmental diplomatic academy. Zbigniew is Chairman of the Warsaw Security Forum, an annual high-level international conference on defence and security. The President of the Republic of Poland awarded him a seat on the National Security Strategic Review Commission in 2010. He is a regular commentator for Polish and international media on European security with a focus on Polish foreign and defence policy and relations with post-Soviet States, particularly with the Russian Federation. He was awarded the Endeavour Executive Fellowship at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute by the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia in 2015. Zbigniew holds a MA degree in European Studies of Vienna University. He was a Visiting Fellow at the Government Department at Harvard University and Visiting Scholar at the Centre for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies at Georgetown University, Washington, the United States. Mr. Pisarski has completed his Ph.D. studies at the Warsaw School of Economics where he is preparing his doctoral dissertation.

Place of residence: Warsaw

Contact

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