PhD in political science. Since 2016 Director of the Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding, now Mieroszewski Centre. Formerly Deputy Director of the Centre, Head of International Economy and Energy Security Programme and Senior Research Fellow at the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM). Graduated in international relations from the University of Łódź and the Dual Diploma Programme of the Université Marc Bloch (Strasbourg) and the University of Łódź in contemporary translation studies. Between 2003 and 2008, secretary of the editorial board of the Russian-language quarterly "Evropa". Author of numerous analytical studies, expert reports and articles on the energy policy of the Russian Federation, European Union-Russia relations, foreign policy of the Russian Federation and international climate negotiations, sanctions. Co-author and editor of the books "Geopolityka rurociągów. Współzależność energetyczna a relacje międzypaństwowe na obszarze postsowieckim" and "Energy Security and Climate Change: Double Challenge for Policymakers". Member of the editorial board of "AREI - Journal for Central and Easter European History and Politics" and "Polski Przegląd Dyplomatyczny". Twitter: @E_Wyciszkiewicz


PhD in history, political scientist, specialising in the history of Eastern Europe, especially in the history of Polish-Ukrainian and Polish-Russian relations, as well as the foreign and domestic policy of Eastern European states.  Since 2022 deputy director of the Juliusz Mieroszewski Dialogue Centre and editor-in-chief of AREI. Journal for Central and Eastern European History and Politics. In 2014, he worked as rapporteur of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine. From 2006 to 2011 he was an analyst and head of the research group at the Polish Institute of International Affairs. Author of the monograph: ‘Progressive Nationalist. Mykhailo Hrushevsky and his views on Poland and Poles', editor or co-editor of several monographs - in Polish and English - devoted to the history of Polish-Ukrainian-Russian relations. In 2022, he published two volumes of sources on Polish-Soviet relations during World War II, and in 2019 - two volumes of sources (together with Grzegorz Hryciuk) on the struggle of the Polish underground against the Soviets in Volhynia and Eastern Galicia. He is a regular commentator on opinion-forming Polish and international media and a commentator on social media. 


Senior Research Fellow, historian. He earned his PhD degree at the Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He specializes in the history of the Soviet Union 1917-1991, particularly the period of revolution and civil war (1917-1922), and politics of memory. His current research project "Russia’s Politics of Memory Towards Poland and Ukraine, 1999–2022" aims to determine to what extent Russia's politics of memory has been a result of contingencies and spontaneous reactions to changing socio-political realities and the international situation or one may observe a long-term and coherent strategy in this area intended to delegitimize the existence of the Ukrainian state and weakening Poland's position within the European Union and NATO. He is going to apply text-mining methods. He is a member of the editorial board of the online journal Novaya Polsha. He was a Kosciuszko Foundation Fellow at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University (2019/2020) and a laureate of the START program of the Foundation for Polish Science (2020/2021). He cooperated with the Polish Institute of International Affairs on the publishing series "Polish Diplomatic Documents." He hosts a podcast on history and international affairs, „Polihistor” (in Polish).

fot. Marek Gorczyński