Piotr Maciej Kaczyński
Associate Research Fellow

Piotr Maciej Kaczyński is an independent expert in EU affairs and a non-resident Associate Research Fellow at EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy. He has been a regular lecturer at the EUROPEUM Summer School since 2007. Previously, he has been a political advisor in the European Parliament (2012-14), research fellow and head of programme at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), where he was responsible for the EU institutional and political issues (2007-12). He has widely published on EU politics as well as on the EU foreign policy. His most important books include “Polish Council Presidency 2011: Ambitions and Limitations” (Stockholm 2011); “The Treaty of Lisbon: A Second Look at the Institutional Innovations” (co-authored, Brussels 2010); and “Ever Changing Union: An Introduction to the History, Institutions and Decision-Making Processes of the European Union” (co-authored, Brussels 2011). In the past, he ran the European Programme at the Warsaw-based Institute of Public Affairs (ISP, 2004-2007), where he published e.g. “Polish Foreign Policy 2005-2007: What after Consensus?” (Warsaw 2008). He is also associate expert of the Madrid-based Blomeyer & Sanz and advises the Polish Robert Schuman Foundation. In 2012 he has been awarded the Marshall Memorial Fellowship and has been consulted by the Council of Europe, various members of the European Parliament and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, for which he has authored five reports on EU-related issues. Mr. Kaczyński graduated in international relations from the Warsaw University (2002) and in European studies from the College of Europe (2004).


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