Converging and conflicting ethical values in the internal/external security in continuum in Europe.

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Marcin Zaborowski PDF Print E-mail

European Union Institute for Security Studies, Paris, France
Senior Research Fellow



Books and reports

Bush’s Legacy and America’s Next Foreign Policy (EUISS Chaillot Paper, September 2008)

(with Kerry Longhurst) The New Atlanticist: Poland’s Foreign and Security Priorities (Blackwell: 2007)

Germany, Poland and Europe: Conflict, Cooperation and Europeanization, (Manchester University Press, November 2004)


‘A Potentially Transformational Presidency: Obama’s First Year’, Quaderni di Relazioni Internazionali, n.11-Novembre 2009, pp.44-54

‘The Heritage of Bush’s Revolution’, Nowa Europa, I (8)/ 2009, pp.18-45

‘Bush’s Legacy and US Foreign Policy after the Elections’, Politique Etrangere, 3/2008, pp 519-532.

July 2001. PhD, The University of Birmingham, 'The Europeanization of Polish-German Relations’, Birmingham, Great Britain

Sept. 1996. MA in International Studies, The University of Birmingham, Birmingham, Great Britain.  Holder of a Chevening Fellowship awarded by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

April 1995. Civil Service qualifications, National Academy of Public Administration (KSAP), Warsaw, Poland

March 1993. M.A. in Literature and Linguistics (Filologia Polska) - Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland.


2001-2005. Director of the Transatlantic Programme at the Centre for International Relations, Warsaw, Poland

2001-2005. Lecturer in International Relations, Aston University, Birmingham, Great Britain

2001. Research Fellow in the Politics of East Central Europe, Centre for Russian and East European Studies, The University of Birmingham, Great Britain

1995. Assistant to the Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Economics, Warsaw, Poland.

1994. Desk Officer in the Polish Foreign Office, Warsaw, Poland