Dominik P. Jankowski is a Polish security policy expert, diplomat, and think tanker. He currently serves as Policy Adviser in the Office of the NATO Secretary General. From 2018 to 2022 he was Political Adviser and Head of the Political Section at the Permanent Delegation of Poland to NATO. Prior to this, he has held numerous international security related roles within public administration (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Security Bureau) and military (General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces), including those related to the EU, NATO, and OSCE. He specializes in NATO-Russia and NATO-Ukraine relations, arms control, disarmament, and non-proliferation, energy security as well as Eastern European affairs. In 2019, he was James S. Denton Transatlantic Fellow with the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). In 2021-2022 he was Arms Control Negotiation Academy (ACONA) Fellow with the Harvard University. He is a prolific writer with over 250 publications which appeared in 20 countries. His recent publications include: “NATO in the Era of Unpeace: Defending Against Known Unknowns” (Institute of Central Europe, Lublin-Brussels, 2021), “NATO and the Future of Arms Control” (NATO Defense College, Rome, 2021), “Assessing the 2022 National Security Strategy: A View from NATO’s Eastern Flank” (National Institute for Public Policy, Washington, D.C., 2023), “Energy Transition: How NATO Can Get it Right” (Council on Geostrategy, London, 2023).