International affairs educator
Born Sept. 23, 1954, Nantwich, U.K., came to U.S., 1986; son of Piotr and Jadwiga (Kawska).
Education: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), University of Kent, Canterbury (U.K.), 1977; Master of Philosophy (M.Ph.), London School of Economy (U.K.), 1981.
Career: consultant, BBC TV, London, 1981-83; senior research analyst, Radio Free Europe, Munich (Germany), 1984-85; associate director, 1986-93, director, 1993 -, Eastern Europe Studies, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington (DC).
Author: Czechoslovakia: Charter 77's Decade of Dissent, 1987; East European Fault Lines, 1989; Sandinista Communism and Rural Nicaragua, 1990; Fourth World Conflicts: Communism and Rural Societies, 1991; Nations and Turmoil: Conflict and Cooperation in Eastern Europe, 1992; Ethnic Politics in Eastern Europe, 1994.
Honors: grants, Earhart Foundation, 1988, Bradley Foundation, 1989; leadership award, Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1991.
Languages: English, Polish.
Hobbies: travel, reading, soccer.
Office: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1800 K St. NW, Washington, DC 20006.
From: "Who's Who in Polish America" 1st Edition 1996-1997, Boleslaw Wierzbianski editor; Bicentennial Publishing Corporation, New York, NY, 1996