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Ernest Wyciszkiewicz

Director of the Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding (Warsaw)

Director of the Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding (Warsaw-based public entity), formerly Senior Research Fellow, Energy Programme Coordinator at Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM), Warsaw; 2003-2009 Managing Editor of “Evropa” Russian–language quarterly on European Affairs; 2012-2014 Lecturer on energy security and political economy of oil and gas at Collegium Civitas, Warsaw; author, co-author and editor of books, articles and reports on EU energy and climate policy, Russian energy policy and energy security, PhD at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (UMCS) in Lublin.

Main areas of expertise: political dimension of energy security, energy policies of major oil and gas producers, in particular Russia, and European Union, climate policy, Russian foreign policy and domestic affairs, EU-Russia relations, sanctions. Selected publications: Geopolitics of the Pipelines. Interdependence Energy Interdependence and Inter-State Relations in the Post-Soviet Area, Warsaw 2009; Energy Security and Climate Change. Double Challenge for Policy-Makers (ed.), Warsaw 2009, Deterrence and Reassurance through the Prism of Economic Measures [w:] R. Kupiecki, A. Michta (ed.), Transatlantic Relations in a Changing European Security Environment, Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2015, Wirkung und Auswirkung Sanktionen gegen Russland, „Osteuropa” nr 9/10, 2014

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