Dr Jacek Marcin Raubo
Jacek Marcin Raubo obtained the PhD degree in Political Science at the Adam Mickiewicz University (UAM) in Poznań. His scholarly activity focuses on security, defence, security policy, anti-terrorism, Middle East, Africa, superpower rivalry. He has been employed at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism of UAM, where he lectures on national security, international relations, journalism and social communication. He is primarily responsible for courses in international military relations, crisis response systems, contemporary political systems or contemporary security strategies. He is a security and defence analyst associated with the Defence24 Group (he publishes in “Defence24”, “Infosecurity24”, he also published texts in “Space24” and “Cyberdefence24”). He prepared, in cooperation with the Defence24 Group, a report addressing new challenges for Polish national borders. He is the co-author of a report on systems for detecting and combating unmanned aerial vehicles and a report defining the role of the Polish Post Office in the national security system. He also deals with the issue of the influence of secret services on security. He is the author of articles “Wieloaspektowe oraz długookresowe efekty sprawy Skripal”, “Rola służb specjalnych w państwach Bliskiego Wschodu” and “Germany after World War II – Crucial Frontline of Intelligence Services”.