Kinga Iwona Dudzińska

An analyst at the Polish Institute of International Affairs in the Eastern Europe Programme.

Expert fields

  • Foreign policy of the Baltic States,
  • Political system of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia,
  • Cooperation of the Baltic States,
  • The Baltic States in the region of the Baltic Sea.

Social and Professional Career

Since 2010

An analyst at the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)

Since 2008

An academic (international relations, regional policy of the EU, international negotiations)

Publications

  • „Revolution versus evolution – the political repercussions of an economic crisis in Latvia,”[in:] Contemporary political space. Evolution or revolution?, (ed.)M. du Vall, M. Majorek, A. Walecka-Rynduch, Kraków 2011.
  • „Evolution of Latvia’s political system” (co-authorship), [in:] In the circle of ideas. State-Education-Religion, (ed.) D. Góra-Szopiński, G. Radomski, W. Wojdyło, M. Zamojska, Toruń 2010.
  • Latvia: The Economic Crisis and (Im)Possible  Changes?, “Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review”, 2011, no. 26. 
  • The development of Lithuanian statehood in years 1918-1940 (co-authorship), “Polish Political Science Yearbook”, 2007, nr 2. 
  • Lithuania's Visaginas nuclear power plant: a race against time, „Warsaw Business Journal”, 12th September 2011
  • The Baltic States: a story of successful transformation, „Warsaw Business Journal” 22th August 2011 
  • Parliamentary elections in Latvia – difficulties with the creation of a coalition government, „PISM Bulletin”, no. 92 (841), October 2011
  • Nuclear power station in Latvia, „PISM Bulletin”, no. 78 (827), August 2011
  • National discourse in Latvia and a policy of the Latvian authorities towards national minorities, „PISM Bulletin”, no. 69 (818), June 2011
  • Implications of the referendum regarding the dissolution of the parliament in Latvia, „ PISM Bulletin”, no. 65 (814), June 2011
  • Local border traffic with the Kaliningrad Oblast, „PISM Bulletin”, no. 123 (731), September 2010