Marek Aleksander CICHOCKI

Professor at the College of Europe, Natolin campus. In the years 2000-2003 Programme Director of the Centre of International Relations (CSM) in Warsaw. Senior lecturer with the Erasmus of Rotterdam Chair at the Institute of Applied Social Sciences of the Warsaw University (specialisation: history of ideas and political philosophy). He lectured political sciences in the M. Wańkowicz Higher School of Journalism (2000-2002) and Postgraduate School for Social Research at the Polish Academy of Sciences (2001-2003). 

Professor Cichocki is also editor-in-chief of the "Teologia Polityczna" yearly. He writes books, essays, articles and dissertations on international relations - i.a. Power and Remembrance, Institute for Political Thought (2006), Europe Kidnapped, Institute for Political Thought (2004), Polish-German Relations in the Light of Poland`s Accesion to the European Union, in: "The Polish Foreign Affairs Digest" 1 (2002), Poland - European Union, halfway (2002), Warum haben die Deutschen Angst vor der EU-Erweiterung um Polen und andere Lander Mittel- und Osteuropas? (ed.), mit Mateusz Fałkowski, Holger Muench, Rafał Rogulski, CSM (2001).