Marcin Krzyżanowski

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Middle East, South Asia, economy, asymmetric warfare

Languages

Polish, English, Farsi, Arabic, Russian

Biography

Orientalist, entrepreneur, academic lecturer, former diplomat. Graduate of Middle Eastern Cultural Studies at the Faculty of International and Political Studies of the Jagiellonian University and the Arabic Language School for Foreigners in Damascus. In 2007-2008, he was an Afghanistan expert in the MFA’s Department of Asia and Pacific. In 2008-2011, he served as the Consul of the Republic of Poland in Kabul and the head of the Political and Economic Department of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Kabul. His research interests include the economy and politics of the Middle Eastern and South Asian countries as well as asymmetric conflicts, regional security and terrorism in a strategic and political context. For his scientific activity important is also the question of universal human rights as a field of ideological and cultural conflict.

Recommended articles
Iran’s Economy in the Face of Sanctions and Pandemic, part 2

Iran’s Economy in the Face of Sanctions and Pandemic, part 2

Since the US implemented the policy of “maximum pressure” on Iran, media reports predicting the imminent bankruptcy of the country have become more frequent. The sanctions have put Iran into recessions, but despite the alarmist and highly biased media materials, the economic situation in Iran is not dramatic and does not threaten the collapse of the regime.

Iran’s Economy in the Face of Sanctions and Pandemic, part 1

Iran’s Economy in the Face of Sanctions and Pandemic, part 1

Since the US implemented the policy of “maximum pressure” on Iran, media reports predicting the imminent bankruptcy of the country have become more frequent. The sanctions have put Iran into recessions, but despite the alarmist and highly biased media materials, the economic situation in Iran is not dramatic and does not threaten the collapse of the regime.

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