Atlantic DebriefMay 26, 2023
#AtlanticDebrief – What is the significance of the US-Poland bilateral relationship? | A Debrief with Amb. Mark Brzezinski
For another special Warsaw Week episode of #AtlanticDebrief, Aaron Korewa discusses with US Ambassador to Poland Mark Brzezinski the importance of the US-Polish relationship.
Atlantic DebriefMay 23, 2023
#AtlanticDebrief – How has Poland’s support for Ukrainian refugees helped Ukraine’s war effort? | A Debrief with Oksana Nechyporenko
For a special Warsaw Week episode of #AtlanticDebrief, Aaron Korewa sits down with Oksana Nechyporenko, Head of the Board, GoGlobal NGO, Co-Founder Masha Foundation & savED Foundation to discuss the humanitarian aspect of the war in Ukraine.
Aaron Korewa is the director of the Atlantic Council’s Warsaw Office which is part of the Europe Center. Korewa previously worked at the McCain Institute for International Leadership where he spent the last five years serving as program manager, following many years of working in both Sweden and Poland. Born in Sweden but with both Polish and American family roots, Korewa holds a MA in international politics and BA in economics from Uppsala University. At the McCain Institute, he ran the Kissinger Fellowship, an initiative focused on developing the strategic skills of future foreign-policy and national-security leaders with the kind of principles that are the hallmark of former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger’s career. Korewa also directed a project to counter disinformation from authoritarian states and participated in the McCain Institute’s Working Groups on Russia and Reaffirming America’s Alliances. Korewa frequently features as a commentator on Polish television on transatlantic-security issues and previously wrote for Svenska Dagbladet, a major Swedish newspaper. He is based in Warsaw.