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The official logo of the 2012 NATO Summit in Chicago (www.nato.int)

The official logo of the 2012 NATO Summit in Chicago (www.nato.int)

 

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Dominik P. Jankowski
Dominik P. Jankowski

Dominik P. Jankowski is a security policy expert, diplomat, think-tanker and social media aficionado. Currently he serves as Political Adviser and Head of the Political Section at the Permanent Delegation of the Republic of Poland to NATO.

Previously he served as Head of the OSCE and Eastern Security Unit at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland (2014-2016), Chief Specialist for Crisis Management at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2014-2016), Expert Analyst and Head of the International Analyses Division at the National Security Bureau of the Republic of Poland (2010-2014), Senior Expert at the J5-Strategic Planning Directorate of the General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces (2009-2010) as well as foreign policy expert at the President Aleksander Kwasniewski "Amicus Europae" Foundation (2007-2010).

In 2016 he was managing a Twitter campaign of the #NATOSummit #Warsaw (Twitter account @NATOSummits). His publications appeared in Albania, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Czechia, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Slovakia, South Korea, Spain, Turkey, Uganda and the U.S.

He graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics (Poland), National Defense University in Warsaw (Poland) and the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna (Austria). In 2013 he was a Research Fellow at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz (Germany). He is a recipient of prestigious scholarships: 2012 Marshall Memorial Fellowship by the German Marshall Fund as well as 2012 "Personnalité d'avenir défense" by the French Ministry of Defence. In 2014 he became a member of the Munich Young Leaders which is a joint initiative of the Körber Foundation and the Munich Security Conference. In 2019 he was James S. Denton Transatlantic Fellow with the Center for European Policy Analysis.

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