Monday, December 5, 2011

Implications of the Polish Presidency of the EU for Europe and Transatlantic Affairs

On December 2, Polish Deputy Chief of Mission Maciej Pisarski delivered a lecture entitled "Implications of the Polish Presidency of the EU for Europe and Transatlantic Affairs" as part of the EUC's Fall Lecture Series. You can watch his full lecture below or by clicking here.

Maciej Pisarski is the Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Washington, DC, a post he has held since August 2010. Previously, he worked as the acting director of the Department of Strategy and Policy Planning in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Warsaw, Poland. Mr. Pisarski has spent a considerable portion of his professional career working on Polish-American relations, including his work as deputy director at the Department of the Americas, political officer at the Embassy of Poland in Washington, DC, and U.S. desk officer at the Foreign Ministry in Warsaw. Before entering foreign service, he worked at the Polish Agency for Foreign Investment as a research officer. Mr. Pisarski is a graduate of Warsaw University's History Department with a specialization in 20th century Polish-Jewish relations, and of the National Academy for Public  Administration in Warsaw. He is a published author in Poland on U.S.-Polish relations, and on Polish-Jewish topics.


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