Piotrowski specializes in the Gulf Region, Afghanistan and Pakistan, and is currently an analyst at the Polish Institute of International Affairs. He received his Ph.D. from Warsaw University, where he studied political science, international relations and national security. He is a former analyst at the Department of Policy Planning at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a former diplomat in Washington DC and prior to that Piotrowski was the Polish Liaison to the U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Analyst at the Polish Institute of International Affairs
Content by Marcin Piotrowski
It still comes down to the Supreme Leader’s strategic choice
Marcin Piotrowski observes that the recent postponement of the Iranian nuclear talks may reflect a strategic reticence on the part of the Iranian supreme leader, who is not willing to risk the internal stability of Iran to secure a deal.