The Foreign Policy programme is the broadest programme of the Pulaski Foundation. The subject of this thematic research programme concerns the current developments and long-term trends in international politics as well as global issues. The analysts of the Foundation focus specifically on certain geographical areas that are key for Poland’s security and future ie. the Transatlantic area, Russia and former Soviet states. The Foundation’s experts also carry out research on the Middle East, East Asia, and South-Eastern Europe amongst others.
Team & Experts
Specialization: INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS, UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM, SECURITY POLICY, DEVELOPMENT POLICY, FOREIGN POLICY OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, PEACE NEGOTIATIONS AND MEDIATION, STATEBUILDING AND POST CONFLICT GOVERNANCE Political scientist, Senior Advisor and Senior Fellow at Casimir Pulaski Foundation, Principal at the IGD Group, with a career with the United Nations in areas of political transitions, conflict analysis, supporting peace processes and mediation and post conflict governance. Specialized in: planning and implementation of policy and programmes for post-conflict state-building; UN peace operations; supporting peace negotiations and mediations, democratization and humanitarian aid. Former employee of UNDP and UNICEF, recently as coordinator of the UNDP inclusive political process support in Somalia, and working with political institutions […]
Professor at the European Centre of the University of Warsaw, former Chief of Policy Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs (2001-2003) and longtime diplomat.
Member of the Polish Parliament, Secretary of State in the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2006-2007), Member of the European Parliament, Chairman of EU-Ukraine Committee, Member of Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee (2005-2006), Staff Member of the Institute of Political Studies of Polish Academy of Science.
Career diplomat, former ambassador, Doctor of Humanities, specialised in research concerning international aspects of social organisation and public sector.
Deputy Director of the Human Resources Development Centre, graduated from School of Business and Administration in Warsaw (specialisation: Administration).
Affiliated with South Asia since late 70', at first as a representative of the Polish shipyard in Mumbai, Kolkata, Karachi, Rangoon and Colombo.
Political scientist and diplomat. Member of editing staff of "Sprawy Polityczne" and "Nowe Sprawy Polityczne" magazines, cooperating with "Polityka" and Rambler Publishing House.
PhD in Political and Administrative Sciences, graduated from Iranian Studies at Jagiellonian University and holds Postgraduate certificates in Diplomacy and International Relations.
Coordinator of the Res Publika Nowa project "Partnership for Freedom of Speech", member of the editorial board of Res Publika Nowa.
Foresight and communications consultant, author of „State Power Index”, journalist and researcher of civilizational complexity. Graduate of London School of Economics and Maastricht University.
Doctor, adjunct professor at the East Asia Faculty of the University of Łódź. Chinese language and culture studies at the Shanghai International Studies University.
Doctor of Humanities, graduated from the Faculty of International Studies and Political Science at the University of Łodź. Lecturer at the University of John Paul II in Cracow.
Expert in the Middle East, terrorism and geopolitics, author of ,,My name is Kurdistan” as well as lots of accounts of frontal fields, such as Iraq and Syria, a constant associate of the media.