The Institute of International Relations, established in 1976, is the oldest Polish academic center specializing in international affairs. Since the creation it combines high quality research with teaching and develops an interdisciplinary and comprehensive approach by integrating diverse scientific branches, from political theory to sociology, law, history and economics.
Education. The Institute offers 3-year bachelor’s program (BA in international relations) and 2-year graduate program (MA in international relations). In its educational offer the Institute provides students with a variety of specialized postgraduate courses, including program on national security, cross-cultural communication in international security and humanitarian assistance.
Research. The Institute conducts various theoretical and policy-oriented research projects in the domain of IR theory, security studies, political economy, European integration and area studies, including projects dedicated to India and Asia-Pacific Region. It organizes on regular basis national and international conferences and workshops, as well as many other events . The institute publishes two scientific journals – a quarterly Stosunki Międzynarodowe–International Relations and Strategic Yearbook (Rocznik Strategiczny); series of monographs (Zurawia Papers) and other books and collections. On the request, the Institute provides analyses and advice on various aspects of international relations and Polish foreign policy for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Defence and other state institutions. Part of academic staff has served or already serves as civil servants in governmental bodies or advisors to the Polish authorities. Currently (in 2011) the Institute is involved in the National Security Strategic Review (NSSR) under the auspices of the Chancellery of the President of Poland. Institute’s academic staff offers also its expertise to wider audience through the wide presence in the press and media.
University of Warsaw – Institute of International Relations
Faculty of Journalism and Political Science
Żurawia 4, 00-503 Warsaw
|Assistant Professor at the Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw. Vice-Director for Academic Research and International Cooperation at the Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw (since 2008). Analyst at the Polish Institute of International Affairs (2006-2008). Expert at the European TUNING Programme (2009-2010). Participant in NOHA network (since 2006).|
|Marcin Kaczmarski works as an Assistant Professor at the Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW), Warsaw, where he works on Russia’s foreign and security policy.|
Tel: + 48 22 553 16 35
|Professor Ordinarius at the Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw since 1977. The Head of the Security and Strategic Section. The Director of the Department of Planning and Analyses of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1992-1994); Minister Plenipotentiary in the Permanent Mission of Poland to the United Nations in Geneva (1994-1998); official (1998-2002) and Director (2000-2002) of the Department of Strategy and Foreign Policy Planning.Studies. Director of the Diplomatic Academy (2003-2005). Director of the Polish Institute of International Affairs (2005-February 2007).|
He has been the editor-in-chief of the Strategic Yearbook since September 1995.
Tel: + 48 606 92 42 27
|Marek Madej (born 1978) joined Institute of International Relations of Warsaw University in 2001, as a Ph.D. student and lecturer. In 2006, after receiving his Ph.D. title (summa cum laude) in political science for dissertation Asymmetric Threats to Security of Transatlantic States (University of Warsaw), he served as an assistant. Assistant professor since 2007. In years 2006-2010 he has worked also as a research fellow on transatlantic security at PISM (Polish Institute of International Affairs). He is a member of editorial staff of Rocznik strategiczny (Strategic Yearbook). He was engaged in works on Polish Security Strategy of 2007.|