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  • 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
  • The Policy of Limited Tensions 	United States' Strategy in Southeast Asia
  • dr Adam Zagorecki joins NCSS as an non-resident expert
  • 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…
  • 8 October 2014, 16:55

    The Policy of Limited Tensions United States' Strategy in Southeast Asia

    It is about time to set this straight: limited maintenance of tensions in Southeast Asia is one of the United States' strategic interests. Since Hillary Clinton confirmed in her well-known article that the main area of the modern history lies in the Pacific Region, and as Washington will try to answer the great challenge, it becomes clear, that the famous “pivot” transformed from the long-observed trend to the solid pillar of the evolving U.S. grand strategy [1] . Ostensibly, through the last…
  • 23 September 2014, 16:16

    dr Adam Zagorecki joins NCSS as an non-resident expert

    Dr Adam Zagorecki has an MSc in Computer Science from Bialystok University of Technology, Poland and a Ph.D. in Information Science from University of Pittsburgh. His past industry experience includes Intel Research and HRL Laboratories. He held academic positions at the Graduate School of Public International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh and the Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University. He works currently at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom as a Senior Research Fellow at…

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