Conference Programme

PROGRAM OF THE IV INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE
"EUROATLANTIC SECURITY AND POLICY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION".
THEME: BUILDING RESISTANCE. WAR IN UKRAINE 2022 ”.
May 18-20, 2022. ONLINE.
FIRST DAY OF THE CONFERENCE
POLISH AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE



18.05 (Wednesday) 
TIME	PROJECT
 7.30-8.00	CONNECTIONS
 8.00-8.05	OPENNING OF THE CONFERENCE, Assoc. Prof. Mirosław Banasik, PhD
 8.05-9.00	PANEL SESSION (POLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
“THREATS TO THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION”, 
Moderator: Assoc. Prof. Mirosław Banasik, PhD
 8.05-8.25	State security and military threats to Poland,
Prof. Jarosław Wołejszo, President Stanisław Wojciechowski State University of Applied Science in Kalisz, Poland
 8.25-8.45	Russo-Ukrainian war 2022,
General PhD Andrzej Tuz, University of Finance and Management in Białystok (branch in Ełk), Poland
 8.45-9.00	Q&A session

18.05 (Wednesday) 
TIME	PROJECT
9.00-11.00	PANEL SESSION (POLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
"CONSEQUENCES OF THE WAR OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION WITH UKRAINE."
Moderator: Assoc. Prof. Mirosław Banasik, PhD
9.00-9.30	The war of the Russian Federation with Ukraine and its consequences for regional and global security,
Prof. Piotr Grochmalski, War Studeis Academy in Warsaw, Poland
 9.30-10.00	Strategic conclusions from the Russo-Ukrainian war,
Prof. Stanisław Koziej, Poland
10.00-10.15	Challenges of European security for neutral Austria,
MA Andreas Stadler, Austrian Ambassador to Poland
10.15-10.30	The crisis on the border with Ukraine in the context of the Russian invasion of Ukraine,
PhD Jacek Raubo, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Polnad
10.30-10.45	NATO's response to Russian aggression against Ukraine,
PhD Marcin Terlikowski, The Polish Institute of International Affairs, Poland
10.45-11.00	Q&A session




18.05 (Wednesday) 
TIME	PROJECT
11.15-12.15	PANEL SESSION (ENGLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„HAZARD RESISTANCE.”
Moderator: Tadeusz Krzywda
11.15-11.30	Resilience in Key Hungarian and Croatian National Documents: Small Nation Approaches,
Assoc. Prof. Jobbágy Zoltán, PhD, University of Public Service – Ludovika,  Hungary
11.30-11.45	Building resistance to hybrid threats,
Capt. Furu Odd Erling, Navy, Norwegian Defence Attaché, Norway
11.45-12.00	Deterrence in the age of hybrid threats, 
PhD Jerzy Tomasik, NATO DEEP eAcademy
12.00-12.15	Q&A session

18.05 (Wednesday) 
TIME	PROJECT
13.00-15.20	PANEL SESSION (ENGLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„CAUSES OF DEFEAT IN THE WAR WITH UKRAINE” 
Moderator: PhD Jacek Raubo
13.00-13.30	The war of the Russian Federation with Ukraine and its consequences for regional and global security,
Gen. David Petraeus,  KKR Global Institute, USA
13.20-13.40	Resisting Russia's Strategic Ambitions: Resistance and Resilience,
PhD Janis Berzins, National Defence Academy of Latvia and BA Business School, Latvia
13.40-14.10	Putin War’s on Ukraine,
PhD Phillipe Petersen, Center for the Study of New Generation Warfare, USA
14.10-14.40	The failure of Russia’s Hybrid Aggression of Ukraine,
PhD Mark Voyger, American University Kyiv, Ukraine
14.40-15.00	Use of Games, Exercises, Simulations, and Models (GEMS) in Senior-Level Military Education vis-à-vis the Ukrainian War,
PhD Kligge Kenneth, CASL Division Director of Wargaming at National Defense University, USA
15.00-15.20	Q&A session

18.05 (Wednesday) 
TIME	PROJECT
15.30-16.45	PANEL SESSION (ENGLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„EUROPEE DIALOGUE.”
Moderator: Uffe Hvidkær
15.30-15.45	Europe Dialogue - soft power or hard power,
MA Uffe Hvidkær, Europee Dialogue, Denmark
15.45-16.00	We are all Ukrainians,
MA John Onuoha, Europee Dialogue, Nigeria
16.00-16.15	How orban secured electoral sucess and the consequences for Ukraine and EU,
MA Niels Søndergaard, Europee Dialogue, Denmark
16.15-16.30	Portugal view on war in Ukraine,
MA João Fernandes, Europee Dialogue, Portugal
16.30-16.45	Q&A session


18.05 (Wednesday)
TIME	PROJECT
17.00-18.15	PANEL SESSION (ENGLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„THREATS TO POLITICAL SECURITY.”
Moderator: PhD Piotr Wojnicz
17.00-17.15	Why Are Neo-militant Democracies Vulnerable to Hybrid Interference?
Assoc. Prof. Joanna Rak, PhD, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
17.15-17.30	Euroatlantic security and policy of the Russian Federation,
PhD Oleh Belokolos, The Maidan of Foreign Affairs Chairman of the Board, foreign policy and security expert, Ukraine
17.30-17.45	Institutional capacity of the Euro-Atlantic security system in the conditions of Russia's military aggression against Ukraine,
PhD Oleh Oliinyk, National Academy of Science, Ukraine
17.45-18.00	Russia's role and interest on regulation of Nagorno Karabakh Conflict (South Caucasus Region),
MA Kamil Naruzov, Baltic Defence College, Baku, Azerbaijan
18.00÷18.15	Q&A session


SECOND DAY OF THE CONFERENCE
POLISH AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE




19.05 (Thursday) 
TIME	PROJECT
8.00÷9.00	PANEL SESSION (ENGLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„THREATS TO POLITICAL SECURITY.”
Moderator: Assoc. Prof. Joanna Rak, PhD
8.00-8.15	How Russian aggression changed the political identity of Ukrainian citizens,
Assoc. Prof. Galyna Zelenko, PhD, National Academy of Science, Ukraine
8.15-8.30	Russian war in Ukraine and its energy security reverberations across the Black Sea region,
PhD Poiana Oana, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania
8.30-8.45	Modernization and Post-Modernization in Russia – Security Implications,
MA Attila Mate Kovacs, Obuda University Doctoral School for Safety and Security Sciences, Hungary
8.45÷9.00	Q&A session


19.05 (Thursday) 
TIME	PROJECT
9.00÷12.00	PANEL SESSION (ENGLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„EDUCATION TO NEW CHALLENGES.”
Moderator: Assoc. Prof. Piotr Gawliczek, PhD
9.00÷09.20	Introduction, NATO DEEP update
Assoc. Prof. Piotr Gawliczek, PhD, NATO DEEP eAcademy Director

9.20÷09.45	Synchronous or asynchronous didactic in higher education institutions after COVID-19,
Assoc. Prof. Andrzej Soboń, PhD, War Studies University in Warsaw, Poland
9.45-10.00	Computer Adaptive Multistage Language Testing According to NATO STANAG 6001: Background and Benefits,
PhD Viktoriia Krykun, The National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovksyi, Ukraine
10.00-10.15	Computer Adaptive Multistage Language Testing According to NATO STANAG 6001: Background and Benefits,
MA Oleksandr Shapran, The National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi, Ukraine
10.15-10.30	Digital Tools for Creating an Interactive eBook,
PhD Nataliya Tarasenko, PhD Maksym Tyshchenko, The National Defence University of Ukraine, Ukraine
10.30-10.45	BREAK
10.45-11.10	Adapting training and education to new challenges,
MA Gigi Roman, NATO School Oberammergau, NATO DEEP eAcademy
11.10-11.30	e-Instructor Certification Programme. Case study.
Magdalena Stabla, NATO DEEP eAcademy
11.30-11.50	Synchronous and asynchronous learning for online course delivery. Best practices from NATO Deep eAcademy „Multimedia tools for e-teacher and e-instructor” dedicated project.
MA Justyna Kowalczys, Polish Naval Academy in Gdynia, NATO DEEP eAcademy
11.50-12.00	Wrap up and conclusions
Assoc. Prof. Piotr Gawliczek, PhD, NATO DEEP eAcademy Director

19.05 (Thursday) 
TIME	PROJECT
12.15÷15.15	PANEL SESSION (POLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„HYBRID THREATS.”
Moderator: PhD Agnieszka Rogozińska
12.15-12.30	Hybrid activities as an element of the policy of the Russian Federation,
Assoc. Prof. Weronika Jakubczak, PhD, Main School of Fire Service in Warsaw
12.30-12.45	Ustrukturyzowane budowanie zasobów wiedzy na temat zagrożeń hybrydowych,
Assoc. Prof. Agnieszka Szczygielska, PhD, War Studeis Academy in Warsaw, Poland
12.45-13.00	Zagrożenia hybrydowe a erozja demokracji - analiza problemu i możliwości przeciwdziałania zjawisku,
PhD Dorota Domalewska, War Studeis Academy in Warsaw, Poland
13.00-13.45	BREAK
13.45-14.00	The maritime security of the European Union and hybrid threats,
PhD Teresa Usewicz, Polish Naval Academy of the Heroes of Westerplatte in Gdynia, Poland
14.00-14.15	The doctrine of hybrid war as a challenge to the international law system - an attempt at evaluation,
PhD Wawrzyniec Kowalski, Military University of Technology in Warsaw, Poland
14.15-14.30	Hybrid activities as an unnoticed threat,
PhD Jarosław Keplin, Pomeranian University in Słupsk, Poland
14.30-14.45	NATO in the face of hybrid threats,
MA Karolina Siekierka, Poland's delegate to NATO, Institute of New Europe, Poland
14.45-15.00	Blockchain technology in the face of hybrid threats: a case study of the Russian Federation,
MA Wojciech Mincewicz, Warszaw Univeristy, Poland
15.00-15.15	Q&A session


19.05 (Thursday) 
TIME	PROJECT
15.30-17.00	PANEL SESSION (POLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„STRATEGIC GOALS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION.”
Moderator: Assoc. Prof. Jerzy Prochwicz, PhD
15.30-15.45
	The paradoxes of deterrence and its failure on the example of the relative military passivity of Western powers in the face of Russia's invasion of Ukraine in 2022,
Assoc. Prof. Grzegorz Nycz, PhD, Pedagogical University in Krakow, Poland
15.45-16.00
	Militarization of security policies of states in the region of NATO's eastern flank,
PhD Tomasz Pawłuszko, University of Opole, Poland
16.00-16.15
	Neo-imperialism in the security policy of the Russian Federation,
Assoc. Prof. Andrzej Wawrzusiszyn, PhD, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland
16.15-16.30
	The security policy of the Republic of Poland in the context of the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation,
PhD Paweł Olbrycht, General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of the Land Forces, Poland
16.30-16.45	The role of religion in Russia's neo-imperial politics,
PhD Adrian Mitręga, Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland
16.45-17.00	Q&A session


19.05 (Thursday) 
TIME	PROJECT
17.15÷18.15	PANEL SESSION (ENGLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„THE SOCIAL DIMENSION OF SECURITY.”
Moderator: PhD Jerzy Tomasik
17.15-17.30	Small modular reactors in Polish-American energy cooperation,
Assoc. Prof. Łukasz Jureńczyk, PhD, Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz, Poland
17.30-17.45	Disappearances of persons - characteristics of international procedures for the identification of unknown bodies in the context of genocide in Ukraine,
PhD Piotr Wojnicz, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (branch in Ełk), Poland
17.45-18.00	Security, Ukraine, climate, Russia, terrorism,
MA Yehor Brailian, Special correspondent Inform agency ArmyInform, Ukraine
18.00-18.15	Q&A session


THIRD DAY OF THE CONFERENCE
POLISH LANGUAGE



20.05 (Friday) 
TIME	PROJECT
8.00-9.45	PANEL SESSION (POLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED): 
„THREATS TO INTERNATIONAL SECURITY.”
Moderator: Dr Wawrzyniec Kowalski
8.00-8.15	The Islamic Republic of Iran in the face of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Actual change or game?
Assoc. Prof. Małgorzata Abassy, PhD, Jagiellonian University, Poland
8.15-8.30	American doctrines of foreign policy as a response to external threats,
Assoc. Prof. Tomasz Płudowski, PhD, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland

8.30-8.45	Competition in the North Atlantic - between Iceland and GIUK Gap,
PhD Robert Czudla, University of Lodz, Poland
8.45-9.00	The role of the Hungarian national minority in Transcarpathia in the context of international security and Hungarian-Ukrainian relations,
PhD Artur Jach-Chrząszcz, Pedagogical University in Kraków, Poland
9.00-9.15	Asia towards the Russian aggression against Ukraine,
PhD Marlena Blicharz, War Studeis Academy in Warsaw, Poland
9.15-9.30	Domestic threat - the Russian minority in the Republic of Kazakhstan,
MA Krystian Pachucki-Włosek, Jagiellonian Uniwersity, Poland
9.30-9.45	Q&A session


20.05 (Friday) 
TIME	PROJECT
10.00-11.15	PANEL SESSION (POLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„THREATS TO REGIONAL SECURITY.”
Moderator: Dr Mateusz Ziętarski
10.00-10.15	Armenia and the conflict in Ukraine. Impact of the situation in the Caucasus on political and military relations in NATO and the EU in the 21st century,
Assoc. Prof. Piotr Rozwadowski, PhD, University of Social Sciences in Warsaw, Poland
10.15-10.30	The concept of substitution on the example of the border crisis and war in Ukraine as the implications of the policy of the Russian Federation,
PhD Mateusz Ziętarski, Pomeranian University in Słupsk, Poland
10.30-10.45	Cooperation of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus in the framework of government international organizations,
PhD Kamila Kasperska-Kurzawa, Univeristy of Opole, Poland
PhD Paweł Jakub Szewczyk, Univeristy of Opole, Poland
10.45-11.00	The foreign policy of the Republic of Belarus during the European crisis,
MA Tatiana Iwanow, Univerity of Wroclaw, Poland
11.00-11.15	Q&A session


20.05 (Friday) 
TIME	PROJECT
11.30-12.45	PANEL SESSION (POLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„THREATS TO THE SECURITY OF POLAND.”
Moderator: PhD Kamila Kasperska-Kurzawa
11.30-11.45	War for the right to be and remain Russia,
PhD Nadia Gergało-Dąbek, Maria Curie-Skłodowska Univeristy in Lublin, Poland
11.45-12.00	War in Ukraine - Implications for Poland's Security,
PhD Klaudia Jagusiak, War Studies University in Warsaw, Poland
12.00-12.15	Poland's activities to protect the state border with Belarus during the migration crisis,
MA Tomasz Nowak, Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland
12.15-12.30	System analysis of the crisis situation on the Polish-Belarusian border. The migration crisis and the actions of the Russian Federation,
MA Bartosz Włodarczyk, Univeristy of Lodz, Poland
12.30-12.45	Q&A session

20.05 (Friday) 
TIME	PROJECT
13.30-15.45	PANEL SESSION (POLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„THREATS TO ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL SECURITY.”
Moderator: PhD Marcin Paluch
13.30-13.45	Sanctions against Russia and their effectiveness,
Assoc. Prof. Katarzyna Żukrowska, Ph.D, SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
13.45-14.00	The future of the Ukrainian energy sector after the war,
Assoc. Prof. Oksana Voytuk, PhD, University of Białystok, Poland
14.00-14.15	Knowledge of threats and the sense of security of an individual and society,
Assoc. Prof. Janusz Ropski, PhD, Pedagogical University in Krakow, Poland
14.15-14.30	Migration as an element of Russia's hybrid war within the territory of the European Union,
PhD Kamila Kasperska-Kurzawa, University of Opole, Poland
14.30-14.45	BREAK
14.45-15.00	Biosafety in the 21st century as an international priority,
Mjr. MA Beata Osiak, Military University of Aviation in Dęblin, Poland
15.00-15.15	Activities of civil society entities for refugees during the war,
PhD Swietłana Lizakowska, Polish Naval Academy of the Heroes of Westerplatte in Gdynia, Poland
15.15-15.30	Access to health services during armed conflicts,
PhD Piotr Lizakowski, Polish Naval Academy of the Heroes of Westerplatte in Gdynia, Poland
15.30-15.45	Q&A session

20.05 (Friday) 
TIME	PROJECT
16.00-17.15	PANEL SESSION (POLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„THREATS TO INFORMATION SECURITY.”
Moderator: PhD Svitlana Lizakowska
16.00-16.15	Conflict narrative as an element of hybrid activities,
Assoc. Prof. Piotr Krzykowski, PhD, War Studeis Academy in Warsaw, Poland
16.15-16.30	War rhetoric. Ukrainian authorities' communication during the Russian invasion,
PhD Mariuszs Kamiński, War Studeis Academy in Warsaw, Poland
16.30-16.45	Cybernetic activities in the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, of the Polish authorities during the Russian invasion,
PhD Rafał Kołodziejczyk, Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland
16.45-17.00	Russian information warfare - current trends in the armed conflict in Ukraine,
MA Michał Marek, Jagiellonian University, Poland
17.00-17.15	Q&A session

20.05 (Friday) 
TIME	PROJECT
17.30-19.00	PANEL SESSION (POLISH LANGUAGE, NO TRANSLATION
PROVIDED):
„THREATS TO MILITARY SECURITY.”
Moderator: PhD Adrian Mitręga
17.30-17.45	From Cushima to Sevastopol. The potential of Russian ship weapons in naval battles in the first half of the 20th century,
PhD Marcin Paluch, Military University of Aviation in Dęblin, Poland
17.45-18.00	Polish defense industry as a factor increasing the security of Poland and the Baltic states,
MA Mariusz Kępiński, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland
18.00-18.15	Increasing resistance to threats related to information warfare,
MA Adam Kuź, Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz, Poland
18.15-18.30	The financial dimension of the armed forces of Russia - military potential, modernization of the armed forces, trends,
Mgr Michał Mrozek, University of Szczecin, Poland
18.30-18.45	Anti-satellite weapons in the military doctrine of the Russian Federation,
MA Jakub Bijak, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland
18.45-19.00	Q&A session