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Katarzyna Kubiak

Policy Fellow

Dr Katarzyna Kubiak is a Policy Fellow on nuclear and arms control policy.

Previously, she was a Transatlantic Post-Doc Fellow for International Relations and Security at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies (IFS), an associate at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), a research assistant at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy (IFSH), a field researcher for the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) and a fellow in the German Bundestag.

Katarzyna holds a Master of Peace and Security (University of Hamburg) and a Magister in International Economic Relations (University of Lodz). Following her PhD thesis on NATO nuclear extended deterrence (University of Hamburg) her research areas include nuclear arms control and disarmament, nuclear non-proliferation as well as ballistic missile defense.

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Content by Katarzyna Kubiak

Report

Can the Russia-NATO relationship be stabilised?

Based on discussions with experts, officials and military figures in Moscow, European capitals and NATO Headquarters, this report identifies practical steps to stabilise the Russia-NATO confrontation.

7 February 2019 | Katarzyna Kubiak
Euro-Atlantic Security|Global Security
Commentary

European options amidst the INF clash of the titans

The culmination of the yearlong INF drama, beset with mutual accusations, now places Europeans under enormous pressure to address the ensuing security challenges. This must be handled deftly without provoking Moscow, whilst also attempting to rejuvenate an arms control regime that is seemingly moribund.

6 February 2019 | Katarzyna Kubiak
Euro-Atlantic Security
Commentary

Europe and Trump’s Missile Defense Policy

Following the release of the Trump administration's long-awaited Missile Defense Review, Dr Kubiak explores the role and scope of US missile defences and its impact on Russian and Chinese strategic retaliatory capabilities.

23 January 2019 | Katarzyna Kubiak
Global Security