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Co na to NATO? – debata Wydziału Studiów Międzynarodowych i Politycznych UJ
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Co na to NATO? – debata Wydziału Studiów Międzynarodowych i Politycznych UJ

18.01.2020
W cyklu spotkań na Wydziale Studiów Międzynarodowych i Politycznych UJ odbędzie się debata nt. „Co na to NATO? Stary Sojusz wobec nowych wyzwań”. Spotkanie odbędzie się we wtorek 21 stycznia br. w sali nr 30 Collegium Novum. Początek o godz. 17.00. Jednym z prelegentów będzie kierownik Zakładu Bezpieczeństwa Narodowego INPiSM UJ prof. dr hab. Artur Gruszczak.
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The role of Intelligence Agency in the state’s security system – lecture and meeting with officers of the Polish Foreign Intelligence Agency
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The role of Intelligence Agency in the state’s security system – lecture and meeting with officers of the Polish Foreign Intelligence Agency

22.11.2019
The Department of National Security of the Institute of Political Science and International Relations of Jagiellonian University in cooperation with the Careers Service cordially invites to the lecture and meeting with officers of the Polish Foreign Intelligence Agency. This event will include lecture on the functioning of the agency, its tasks and activities for the sake of Poland’s national security. In addition, the meeting will give an opportunity to learn about the chances of a career path in the agency.
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Guest Lecture by Dr Paul Timmers
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Guest Lecture by Dr Paul Timmers

23.10.2019
Department of National Security, International Relations and Area Studies (IRAS) and International and Security Studies (ISAD) have the honor to host Dr Paul Timmers from the University of Oxford.
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