PhD, an Associate Professor at the Department of Government and International Studies of Hong Kong Baptist University (http://gis.hkbu.edu.hk/staff/sliwinski.html). He received his PhD from the University of Warsaw (the Institute of International Relations) in 2005. Since 2008 he has been employed by the Hong Kong Baptist University. He holds regular lectures on European Integration, Security Studies, International Relations, and Global Studies. His primary research interests include security studies (non-traditional security issues), foreign and security policy of the United Kingdom, foreign and security policy of Poland, and European foreign and security policy. Some of his most recent publications include: Moving Beyond the European Union’s Weakness as a Cyber-security Agent, “Contemporary Security Policy” (2014, vol. 35, issue 3); and Holland, M., Śliwiński, K. & Thomas, N. Is Affective Effective? Measuring Affective Learning in Simulations, “International Studies Perspectives” (2020), https://doi.org/10.1093/isp/ekaa005.