A Conversation with Deputy Assistant Secretary for CEE Robin L. Dunnigan
About this event
The German Marshall Fund of the United States and the Embassy of the United States in Poland are pleased to invite you to a conversation with Robin L. Dunnigan during her first visit to Poland in her current role. Over recent decades, the United States and Poland have forged a strong partnership, anchored in a common history, shared values, and mutual interests. U.S.-Polish relations have proven to be adaptive to the needs of a rapidly changing world, establishing close cooperation in diverse fields ranging from international security to energy. In recent years, the international arena in which the United States and Poland operate has fundamentally changed and the countries’ relations are at a crucial juncture. We aim to have a constructive and bipartisan discussion on U.S. priorities toward Poland and the opportunities for continued cooperation.
Robin L. DunniganDeputy Assistant Secretary responsible for Central and Eastern Europe in the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs
Michal BaranowskiSenior Fellow and Director, Warsaw Office
Michał Baranowski is a senior fellow and the director of GMF's Warsaw office, where he provides overall strategic direction and leadership for the organization’s work in Poland, the Baltic states, and the V4 countries. He write...