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Prof. Dr.Adam Krzymowski Professor Academic RankProfessor

Specialization:

  • International Relations, Political Science, Strategic Studies

Research Interests:

  • Research Interests: GCC-EU relations; Geostrategy of Middle East; Emerging of new global order; Space policies and global strategic challenges, sustainable development goals

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2002 Ph.D., Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, University of Warsaw 2000 Postgraduate National Security Studies (the best graduate), Office of the President of Poland, Ministry of National Defense, University of Warsaw 1998 M.A. (with high honours), Faculty of Political Science, Marie Curie University
Prof. Dr. Adam Krzymowski participated in the most significant strategic processes concerning Poland's foreign and security policies that adapted Poland to EU and NATO membership requirements. He was a member of teams working on new programs concerning the non-military defense system, and a team appointed by the Prime Minister of Poland, which developed the national strategy concerning these matters.
Professor Krzymowski worked in the Office of the Committee for European Integration, the most important institution in Poland’s central government, focused on topics related to Poland’s accession to the European Union. In 2008, he represented his country in the first governmental-parliamentary delegation to the European Space Agency in Paris, leading to the formal approval of Poland to join that organization. From 2008 to 2011 Prof. Dr. Krzymowski as a Counselor to the Prime Minister worked in Poland’s Prime Minister’s Office, responsible for monitoring global processes, managing international dialogue, monitoring and advising on EU policies and on the Middle East. From February 2011 to August 2015, he was the Ambassador of Poland in the UAE. During his tenure in this post, Poland's trade exchange with the UAE increased from USD 316 million to 1.3 billion. Fourteen new agreements were signed (up to 2011 there had been only four such agreements), transforming the Poland-UAE bilateral relationship from a low level to a strategic level for both countries. Professor Krzymowski represented Poland at the International Renewable Energy Agency. During the second half of 2011, he was the EU Representative in the UAE. In the same year, he participated in the EU-GCC Joint Council, in related ministerial-level meetings, and in the International Contact Group for Libya. In 2012, he headed the Polish delegation to the first meeting of the International Working Group on Economic Recovery and Development of the Friends of the Syrian People. In the same year, he participated in the meeting of the International Contact Group on Afghanistan. In 2013, he was the head of the Polish delegation at the Leading Edge meeting, a part of the Proliferation Security Initiative. In 2014, he represented Poland at the International Conference on Countering Piracy. In 2015, he was the head of Polish delegation at the International Contact Group on Afghanistan. When his Ambassador’s mission terminated, he was conducting research for several months at the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research. In early 2016, Prof. Dr. Krzymowski assumed the post-Senior Advisor to the UAE Minister of State for International Cooperation responsible for Expo 2020 Dubai, assisting in developing economic and political relations as well as presenting strategies and analyses on bilateral and multilateral relations. From the start of his career, Prof. Dr. Krzymowski has combined his academic practice with work in government administration and diplomacy. As Professor, he has been delivering lectures at various universities including Paris-Sorbonne University and New York University in Abu Dhabi. Prof. Dr. Krzymowski is also a prolific author of scholarly publications on a variety of contemporary topics related to regional and global security policy issues.
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES: Since 2014 International Political Science Association, Member Since 2014 Polish Political Science Association, Member
Peer - Reviewed Articles: “Water Diplomacy and its Strategic Significance for Sustainable Development Goals and Emerging Global Security Architecture”, Proceedings of the International Research Conference, American University in the Emirates, November 13-15, Dubai, UAE (accepted by the Scientific Review Committee, SCOPUS) “Poland in Euro-Atlantic Council” (invited paper) in The International Diplomat, (invited paper), Dubai, issue 14, 2014 (Publisher: Diplomat Publishing FFZ LLC, ISSN 6297000080147) “Poland: The European Union and Global International Order”, (invited paper), in Quiet Diplomacy, February 2012 (Publisher: Corporate Communications & Media Department, Abu Dhabi), pp. 6-8 “France and Germany in the Middle East and North Africa – cooperation or competition?”, in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly No 4 2011 (ISSN: 0867-2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596), pp. 46-56 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “European strategic challenges in the field of space policy. European Space Policy and European Security and Defence Policy” in: European Studies of Warsaw University No 1 2011 (ISSN: 1428-149X), pp. 153- 166 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “Community of interests?” (France and Germany in the Middle East) in: Polish Armed (monthly published since 1921 by the Ministry of National Defence of Poland), No 18-19 2011 (ISSN: 0867-4523), pp. 53-56 “European Space Policy - European Strategic Autonomy”, in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly (ISSN: 0867-2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596) No 3 2010, pp. 38-52 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “Medvedev’s Plan - a New Security Architecture?” in: Polish Institute of International Affairs, International Affairs No 2 2009 (ISSN: 0038-853X), pp. 23-33 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “Alliance of XXI century” in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly, No 4 2009 (ISSN: 0867-2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596), pp. 26-52 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “NATO in the Period of Changes in the World Political System”, in: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Bulletin of International Relations 25/2008 “American vision of the role of NATO after the collapse of the block (1989-2000)”, in: the Journal of the Institute for Western Affairs, Nr.1 2008 (ISSN 0033-2437), pp. 115-130 (Index Copernicus International Master List, European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Science) “Geopolitical position and strategic objectives of the European Union”, in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly, No 4 2007 (ISSN: 0867-2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596), pp. 31- 50 (Index Copernicus International Master List) Page 5 of 5 “Euro-Atlantic security system in the nineties”, in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly, No 3 2007 (ISSN: 0867-2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596), pp. 66-88 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “The beginnings of the construction process of European autonomy in security and defence”, in: the Academy of National Economy Scientific Journals, No 9 2007 (ISSN 1642-039X), pp. 171-181 “Internal transformation of NATO in the late twentieth century”, in: Quarterly Athenaeum. Polish Political Science Studies 18/2007 (ISSN: 1505-2192; DOI: 10.15804/athena), pp. 126-146 (Index Copernicus International Master List, European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Science) “Implementation of the Common Foreign and Security Policy towards South-East Europe, Mediterranean and Middle East” in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly No 1 2007 (ISSN: 0867-2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596), pp. 111-126 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “Implementation of the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union towards Eastern Europe and Asia”, in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly, No 4 2006, (ISSN: 0867- 2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596), pp. 56-75 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “Impact of the initiatives the European Union countries on the internal transformation of NATO in the years 1997 - 2000”, in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly, No 3 2005, (ISSN: 0867- 2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596), pp. 38-46 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “Defence markets in transatlantic relations”, in: the Academy of National Economy Scientific Fascicles (ISSN 1642-039X), No 7 2005, pp. 81-95 “The North Atlantic Alliance in the American concept of the New Europe and New Transatlantic relations”, in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly, No 1 2005 (ISSN: 0867-2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596), pp. 31-37 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “Euro Atlantic defence market”, in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly, No.1 2004 (ISSN: 0867-2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596), pp. 273-284 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “Towards a European Security and Defence Policy European Union (1992-2002)”, in: the Academy of National Economy Scientific Journals, No. 5 October 2003 (ISSN 1642-039X), pp. 141-159 “Military alliances and agreements as an element of the USA supremacy after word war 2”, in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly, No.2 2003 (ISSN: 0867-2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596), pp. 130-149 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “Co-operation between the United States and the European Union after September 11, 2001”; in: the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly, No. 1 2003 (ISSN: 0867-2245, DOI: 10.5604/08672245.1172596), pp. 95-108 (Index Copernicus International Master List) “The Role of American Military Forces and Intelligence Services in Europe”, in the National Defence University Scientific Quarterly, No 3-4 2002 (ISSN: 0867-2
“Diplomatic Relation between the Republic of Poland and the United Arab Emirates, Publisher Qindeel, Mohamed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation (ISBN: 978-9948-23-483-8), Dubai, 2017, 203 pp. “United States of America in the process of construction of the European strategic autonomy (1945- 2001)”, Academic and Scientific Publisher ASPRA (ISBN: 978-83-7545-692-9), Warsaw, 2016, 215 pp. (Peer – Reviewed) “Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union in terms of transatlantic relations (coauthored with Zbigniew Białobłocki), Scientific Publisher ELIPSA (ISBN: 83-914971-7-8), Kutno, 2005, 170 pp. (Peer – Reviewed)
2018 March 7 Sorbonne University, Abu Dhabi, UAE Conference presentation: Modern Diplomacy: New Challenges Since 2017 Member of Board of Trustees, Strategic Advisory Center for Economic and Future Studies, Abu Dhabi, UAE 2015 September 14 National Defence College, Abu Dhabi, UAE Invited lecture: Modern Diplomacy as State Power for Senior Faculty 2015 Feb. 28-March 1 New York University, Annual Research Conference, Abu Dhabi, UAE 2012-2015 The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research Research cooperation 2014 March 5 Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, UAE, Invited lecture: the EU and the Stability of Europe for the Master’s in Diplomacy and International Affairs 2004-2011 Re-accreditation of the MA in European Studies, Academy of National Economy 2004-2006 Office of the Committee for European Integration/European University Institute in Florence, Reviewer of international doctoral research projects 2011-2016 UAE National Research Foundation, Research and scientific cooperation 2004 February 11-13 George C. Marshall European Centre for Security Studies, Conference on Dual Enlargement: Security Policy Implications, Tallinn, Estonia 2003 September 11-14 St. Petersburg State University, Conference on New Security Challenge to Peace Research, St. Petersburg, Russia 2002 May 27-28 NATO’’s Research & Technology Organization, Conference on Real Time Intrusion Detection, Estoril, Portugal 2002 April 11-12 Cicero Foundation, Conference on the CFSP of the EU, Paris, France 2001 December 13-14 Cicero Foundation, Conference: Atlantic Partner or Regional Player? Europe’s Security and Defense Policy after September 11, Paris, France 2001 September 11-14 The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Conference on the EU and NATO-Practical Progress and Prospects, London, UK 2001 March 29-30 Cicero Foundation, Conference on European Armament Industries, ESDP, and Transatlantic cooperation, Paris, France 2000 September 6-7 NATO Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic, Symposium on the Future of North Atlantic Security Strategic Imperatives, Reykjavik, Iceland
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