Major Fellowship Activities: Blaszczynski worked on three separate projects: a study of the European Union’s efforts to coordinate the policies of the respective members states on arms control and nonproliferation; an annual conference on “U.S. and European Export Controls,” co-hosted with the German Council on Foreign Relations; and a Congressionally-mandated high-level Study Group on Enhancing Multilateral Export Controls for U.S. National Security. She assisted with the preparation of meetings for the study group on export controls, researched the companies that were invited and/or attended the conference, edited papers commissioned for the study, did news-tracking on European security and export controls and research on Europe and nonproliferation.
Current Activities: Blaszczynski is a Senior Analyst within the custom research unit of the Economist Intelligence Unit. Her major focus is country analysis/market intelligence/political and economic risk analysis. Her recent publications include freelance writer/contributor for the Warsaw Business Journal, Foreign Policy (Romanian edition) and the Center for European Policy Analysis and she written about U.S. relations with Central Europe/Russia, energy security, trade/investment, economic development, and democracy/human rights. Prior to graduate school she worked as a Policy Analyst at the Council for a Livable World where she researched and wrote policy briefs on biological weapons, UN funding and the B2 Bomber.