Michał Romanowski has worked at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, Warsaw office since 2011. His foreign and security research interests include Russia, Central Asia, modern Silk Road, as well as the Caspian region. He also explores integration processes within Eurasia with a particular focus on the Eurasian Economic Union.
Romanowski has written for numerous publications in the United States, Europe, and Asia (e.g. Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, The Diplomat, Global Asia, Rzeczpospolita, Tygodnik Powszechny). Educated at the University of Warsaw, he speaks fluent English, Russian, and Polish.
Recently, he has testified before the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the European Parliament presenting the 21-st century Silk Road strategies of Russia, the United States, and China. Romanowski has also authored a report for the European Parliament Think Tank, which examines the geopolitical dynamics between the key powers in Central Asia.
He has been a fellow of leadership development programs of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the German Federal Foreign Office, GLOBSEC, and the Caucasian House. He is a member of the Centre for International Initiatives, where he serves as an editor of the CII Quarterly of International Affairs.