Dr. Róbert Ondrejcsák, is a Director of the Center for European and North Atlantic Affairs (Slovakia).
Dr. Róbert Ondrejcsák holds PhD. in International Relations, Mgr in Political Science, History and Philosophy. His main fields of research are foreign and security policy of the United States, future of NATO and European security policy, Slovak security policy, Strategic Defence Review, international security and military cooperation.
In 2010-2012 Dr. Ondrejcsák was State Secretary of the Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic, where he led the process of Strategic Defence Review and preparation of White Book on Defence. Dr. Ondrejcsák was responsible for security policy, NATO and EU issues, as well as international multilateral and bilateral cooperation. In 2007-2010, he was a Director of Center for European and North Atlantic Affairs (CENAA) and lecturer at the Faculty of Political Science and International Relations at Matej Bel University. Previously Dr. Ondrejcsák was a Director of the Institute for Security and Defence Studies (research centre of the Slovak Ministry of Defence), he also served as a Counsellor and Deputy Chief of the Mission of the Slovak Embassy to Hungary, as well as Foreign and Security Policy advisor to Vice-Chairman of the Slovak Parliament, advisor of the NATO Department at the Slovak Ministry of Defence and analyst of the Slovak Centre for Strategic Studies. Dr. Ondrejcsák is a co-founder of Panorama of global security environment and Transatlantic Files. He is author and editor of numerous publications about international relations and security policy.