Anna Grzywacz, PhD
Faculty: Business and International Relations
Field of study: International relations
Anna Grzywacz holds a PhD in Political Science (International Relations). She graduated in international relations from the Institute of International Relations (East Asian specialty), Warsaw University. She studied international relations at Nottingham University and Xiamen University. She is a NCN Miniatura 4 grant-holder, a member of the Boym Institute, and a fellow of the EANGAGE Think Next, Act Next – The Next Gen EU-ASEAN Think Tank Dialogue funded by the European Union (2021–2022).
Recent publications: ASEAN’s narratives of non-compliance with norms: shaming and escaping a narrative trap, Media, War & Conflict, 2021; The authoritarian turn of middle powers: changes in narratives and engagement, Third World Quarterly, 2021 (with z M. F. Gawryckim); Indonesia’s (inter)national role as a Muslim democracy model: effectiveness and conflict between the conception and prescription roles, The Pacific Review, 2020, vol. 33, no. 5, pp. 728–756.
- International relations in Southeast Asia;
- Foreign policies of Indonesia and Singapore;
- Discursive politics;
- Middle powers.