Master of Sciences (MSc), Moscow State Linguistic University (MGLU).
Invited to supplementary courses on economy, including lessons on activities, structures and power of supranational companies, as well as globalization trends – Seoul (South Korea), Taipei (Taiwan).
Researcher, focused on issues linked to the Eurasian region, particularly Russia, China, Central Asia.
Participated in overseas trips, i.a. to watch and shed light upon military conflicts.
Covered visits paid to Warsaw by foreign leaders, plus foreign journeys undertaken by Polish high-ranking politicians.
As an eyewitness reported crucial political events of the post-Cold War era: dissolution of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (Comecon), Poland’s accession into the European Union, or other summit meetings: APEC – Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, Jakarta, CBSS – Council of the Baltic Sea States, St. Petersburg
A correspondent of PAP (Polish Press Agency) in Beijing, China.
As a guest speaker attended international scientific conferences, also those devoted to unveil various aspects of the Silk Road (South Korea, Iran, the Russian Federation).
Publicist, commentator, author of multiple features, analyses of political/economic/cultural nature and interviews distributed by PAP, printed in dailies and periodicals, as well as disseminated by electronic media.
Interviews, opinions, articles, run by mass media in Bulgaria, USA, Taiwan, South Korea, Georgia, Russia, Kazakhstan.
Individual books, and also joint publications.