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  • NCSS at the prestigious Annual Baltic Conference on Defence
  • Tomasz Szatkowski speaks about the newly adopted defence doctrine of the Russian Federation at…
  • Jacek Bartosiak comments in European Geostrategy on the CSDP remaining a remote concept in Poland
  • NCSS Report: Offensive Counterintelligence and the Challenges facing Polish Intelligence Services
  • Strategic importance of Australia in war with China, NCSS report
  • 24 December 2015, 16:32

    NCSS at the prestigious Annual Baltic Conference on Defence

    Tomasz Szatkowski was one of the panelists of the Annual Baltic Conference on Defence in Tallinn - one of the most prestigious conferences on defence in the region, organized by the International Centre for Defence and Security in Tallinn and the Baltic Defence College in Tartu. The last edition of the conference was devoted to the issues of technological arms race. President of NCSS took part in a session on the future of the technological supremacy of the West, where he offered his…
  • 4 January 2015, 13:56

    Tomasz Szatkowski speaks about the newly adopted defence doctrine of the Russian Federation at Studio Wschód of the Polish Public Television

    Tomasz Szatkowski spoke on the antenna of the Polish Public TV Studio Wschód on January 3 this year. The program was dedicated to Russia's new military doctrine, establishment of a " Chechen guards " Vladimir Putin under the command of Ramzan Kadyrov, and steps of Alexander Lukashenko in the framework of the Eurasian Economic Union. President of NCSS, pointed out that the decomposition of the current economic model of Russia, and the prospect of an election of a more assertive President of…
  • 16 December 2014, 11:16

    Jacek Bartosiak comments in European Geostrategy on the CSDP remaining a remote concept in Poland

    Jacek Bartosiak comments in European Geostrategy on the CSDP remaining a remote concept in Poland
  • 9 December 2014, 11:15

    NCSS Report: Offensive Counterintelligence and the Challenges facing Polish Intelligence Services

    NCSS presents its latest report titled: OFFENSIVE COUNTERINTELLIGENCE AND THE CHALLENGES FACING POLISH INTELLIGENCE SERVICES edited by Boleslaw Piasecki . Abstract An effective counterintelligence service is indispensable in order for the Polish state to realize subjective policy. Given the strategic challenges, as well as the complex history, geopolitical position, and the role of the Republic of Poland as a buffer state, Polish counterintelligence services face urgent and difficult threat…
  • 22 October 2014, 23:28

    Strategic importance of Australia in war with China, NCSS report

    The NCSS paper authored by Jacek Bartosiak attempts to assess the strategic situation of Australia from the angle of its geographical conditions. The author evaluates, in particular, the usefulness of Australian military bases and infrastructure for the armed forces of the United States currently implementing the Air-Sea Battle concept undoubtedly directed against the rapidly modernizing China's armed forces. Particular emphasis was placed on evaluation of geography of Indonesian Straits and…

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Tomasz Szatkowski

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President of NCSS
MA in Law (Warsaw University) and MA in War Studies (King’s College London)
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