Michał Baranowski is the Director of the German Marshall Fund’s Warsaw office, where he provides overall strategic direction and leadership for the organisation’s work in Poland, the Baltic states, and the Visegrád Four countries.
He writes and speaks extensively on NATO, transatlantic relations, and US foreign policy, and is frequently quoted in outlets such as the Associated Press, Financial Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Die Welt, Rzeczpospolita, Reuters, Axios, Le Soir, Washington Post and Foreign Affairs. He publishes in Polish, American, and European media and policy journals. He is a member of the Polish-German reflection group established by the presidents of Poland and Germany. He holds a master’s degree in European public affairs from Maastricht University, and has studied at Mercer University in the United States and at the University of Oxford. /2020