Dr. Jacek Bartosiak

Dr. Jacek Bartosiak is Senior Fellow at the Potomac Foundation.

He is an expert in grand strategy, modern warfare, maritime domain, national security.
Prior to joining the Potomac team in 2015, he served as Council at the National Centre for Strategic Studies (NCSS) in Warsaw, Poland which he co-founded in 2013. Dr. Bartosiak is a law graduate from Warsaw University and a practicing law attorney and the management partner at Bartosiak & Partners specializing in international commercial transactions and business law. He has been a frequent contributor to print and broadcast media in Poland and internationally; and an advisor to parliamentary and presidential bodies on security matters. Dr. Bartosiak is a member of the Jagiellonian Club in Poland and completed his PhD at Polish Academy of Sciences on the US Air-Sea Battle Concept and its impact on the US & China geostrategies in the Western Pacific and Eurasia. The title of this book is: “The Pacific and Eurasia. On War.”

areas of expertise:

grand strategy

modern warfare

maritime domain

national security


J.D., Warsaw University

Ph.D., Polish Academy of Sciences