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Przemysław Żurawski vel Grajewski

Przemysław Żurawski vel Grajewski

Advisor of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Poland and the coordinator of the Security & Defense Section in the National Development Council at the President of Poland. Graduated at the Department of Philosophy and History of the University of Łódź. Holds PhD in Humanities, habilitated in the field of political science at the Institute of Political Studies PAN in Warsaw. Since 1987 a researcher and an academic teacher at the University of Łódź (history and political sciences). In 1992 employed with the Office of the Minister of National Defence for Defence Policy of the Ministry of National Defence of Poland. 1995-1996 employed in the Office of the Undersecretary of State, Government Plenipotentiary for European Integration and Foreign Assistance – Council of Ministers. 1996-2001 in the European Institute in Łódź. 2005 – 2006 – Contemporary agent of the EPP-ED an expert in charge of the monitoring of the Eastern policy of the European Union (situation in Belarus, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine) in the European Parliament in Brussels. 2006-2009 visiting professor of the Belarusian European Humanities University in Vilnius - Lithuania. During 2007-2008 he was contractual commentator at TVP Info in the realm of international issues. Since 2008 visiting lecturer of National School of Public Administration in Warsaw. 2006-20012 - a researcher in the European Centre Natolin Foundation. 2012-2015 publicist of the “Gazeta Polska Codziennie”- the commentator on international relations, history and military security. 2013 - an expert on foreign policy in Piotr Glinski team and a member of the PiS (Law and Justice) Programming Council. Author of 7 books, 93 research articles and many other publications.

Marcin Żyła

Marcin Żyła

Polish journalist and an op-ed columnist, currently working for Tygodnik Powszechny weekly. A dedicated traveler and hitchhiker, he is the author of numerous articles, interviews and reports from countries of former Yugoslavia and South-East Europe. His main area of interest includes issues of multiculturalism, migration and contemporary history.

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