Graduate of International Relations at the Odessa University and the Study of Eastern Europe at the University of Warsaw. PhD student at the Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He worked in the European Integration Department of the Ministry of Economic Development of Ukraine. Columnist of the Ukrainian newspaper Dzerkało Tyżnia (Zwierciadło Tygodnia). Previously also associated with Eastbook.eu.
Journalist, historian and ministerial advisor in the government of Jerzy Buzek. Analyst dealing with post-Soviet East issues. He publishes on his blog ‘Wieści z Rosji’ (Salon24), in the Tygodnik TVP, Nowa Konfederacja, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, Rzecz Wspólnych, WGospodarka, Gazeta Bankowa and Tygodnik Solidarność. Author of the book “The End of Russian America”. Associated with Jacek Bartosiak Strategy&Future’s think-tank.
Philip Earl Steele
Historian, editor, former lecturer at the University of Warsaw. Author of the book The Conversion and Baptism of Mieszko I and many papers, especially ones on religious studies, published in Poland, Israel, the Czech Republic, the US and the UK. His Polish-language book entitled Israel and Evangelical Christians: “A Match Made in Heaven” will be published soon.
- Syjoniści chrześcijańscy w Europie środkowo-wschodniej (1876-1884). Przyczynek do powstania Hibbat Syjon, pierwszego ruchu syjonistycznego
- Rediscovering the dream: A Proposal for a “Pivot” in Polish–Israeli Relations
- British Christian Zionism (Part 2): the work of Laurence Oliphant
PhD candidate at the Department of International Law and European Union Law at the Kozminski University, a graduate of law at the Kozminski University and international relations at the University of Warsaw. Her research interests are the market in the context of energy, economic and EU law. Professionally associated with the banking risk assessment industry.
Graduate of International Relations and Eastern Studies at the University of Warsaw. Energy market analyst at the consulting company Esperis and independent expert on the South Caucasus. Author of the blog “Caucasus Caucasus”.
Graduate of international relations at the University of Warsaw and internal security at Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University. Her research interests focus on internal and international security policy, defence, the activities of uniformed services and the history of international relations.
Graduate of the Faculty of History at the Donetsk National University. Student of Eastern Europe Studies at the University of Warsaw. Her research interests include the history and culture of the Balkans and urban anthropology.