Bartlomiej is Program Coordinator of Warsaw Security Forum – a leading conference in CEE devoted to international security, military affairs and transatlantic cooperation. An active member of the think tank community, he maintains cooperation with the WSF’s external partners: international think tanks, embassies and ministries. Trained as a lawyer at Jagiellonian University in Cracow, where he also served as the Vice President of the Law School Student Government, he later continued his studies in the area of economic diplomacy at the Warsaw School of Economics and policy-making at European University Institute in Florence. As part of the Pulaski Foundation team, Bartlomiej established his research interests in both transatlantic and British affairs and their implications for European security.

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