Armaments and defence, Airpower, British politics
Expert in British Politics, European defence and role of airpower in modern conflicts. Graduate of MA and BA in International Relations and Politics at Queen Mary University of London. Work experience includes British Embassy Warsaw and the Bureau of National Security. Currently works as Coordinator for USA, UK and the Commonwealth of Nations at the Institute for Eastern Studies in Warsaw.
The portal analyzes our Special Report on the consequences of Brexit for the defence industry of the European Union and Great Britain, the future of trade relations and the Common Security and Defence Policy.
In “Security Brief” from 21 May 2020 the Warsaw Institute and our Special Report were mentioned on the future of the British security sector after Brexit.
One of the most important portals and magazines on security issues “Defense News” discusses the Special Report published by the Warsaw Institute, calling the foundation “a leading European think tank.”
The impacts of Brexit on the security and the defence industry in the European Union and the United Kingdom
On the 31st of January 2020 Brexit became a fact. Now with the help of a special transition period both the UK and the EU are actively preparing for the new reality apart from each other.
Though amid the COVID-19 global pandemic, U.S. Army Europe said that Defender-Europe 20, in which Poland was to serve its role, would be modified while some drills canceled.