Wojciech Przybylski
Editor-in-chief of Res Publica Nowa and Visegrad Insight journals. He took a doctor’s degree in Social Science and History of Political Thought at Warsaw University. He has been president of Res Publica Fund (which is a research center in Warsaw) since 2008.

Wojciech is the editor-in-chief of Res Publica Nowa (a polish quarterly) and Visegrad Insight (a journal on Central Europe). He took a doctor’s degree in Social Science and History of Political Thought at Warsaw University. He was engaged in researching of religious motives of political ideologies including American political realism of Hans Morgenthau and Henry Kissinger. In his doctoral thesis he describes the basics of Catholicism as a political ideology of the XIX century. He was a holder of several scholarships including CEFRES (French Center of Social Science in Prague), Erasmus Chair (at Warsaw University) and the Austrian Scholarship Modern politics think tank. He has been president of Res Publica Fund (which is a research center in Warsaw) since 2008. He is the editor of the book on modern political views on republicanism titled Republican Ideas (Idee republikanskie) and two volumes of Сentral European Companion to Political Ideas.