Tomasz Łukaszuk, MA
Summer term 2018/2019
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Tomasz Lukaszuk is a scientific assistant in the Institute of International Affairs, Faculty of Political Science and International Studies of Warsaw University, fellow at Global India Training Network, part of Horizon 2020 of the European Commission program. He worked in Polish foreign service for 25 years, reaching the rank of Titular Ambassador, serving in Norway, Indonesia, Singapore, East Timor, India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Maldives. Posted twice as Ambassador – to Indonesia and Timor Leste 2005-2010, to India and other SAARC countries except Pakistan 2014-2017. His field work experience in diplomacy includes also two years as a deputy director/joint secretary, two years as a director/joint secretary of Asia and the Pacific Department, two years as a director/joint secretary of Infrastructure Department at Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland. Being director (joint secretary) he prepared the concept of Asia and the Pacific Forum aimed at deeper cooperation and coordination of most important scientific and research centers for Asian studies in Poland. He supported Polish universities and think tanks in developing their contacts and links with Asian partners in most important areas vital for the development of their cooperation. He represented Poland at various conferences on Afghanistan, Afghanistan-Pakistan International Contact Group and ASEM preparing several papers and reports.
Integration processes in South and South-East Asia, Indonesian and Indian internal and foreign policy as well as maritime governance in the Indian Ocean Region.
Didactics diplomatic correspondence, maritime conflicts and disputes, security in Asia and the Pacific, emerging markets.
University of Warsaw, Heidelberg University, Oxford University, Dublin City University, Victoria University Wellington, Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi, Pondicherry University, Kolkata University, Benares University
“Asia and the Pacific Region”, “Yearbook of Polish Foreign Policy”, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, Warsaw, 2003.
“Relations of Poland with Asia and the Pacific countries”, “East Asia on the verge of 21st century”, Warsaw 2004.