Lukasz Adamski is PhD in history, political scientist, specialising in the history of Eastern Europe, especially in the history of Polish-Ukrainian and Polish-Russian relations, as well as the foreign and domestic policy of Eastern European states.  Since 2016 deputy director of the Juliusz Mieroszewski Dialogue Centre and since 2022 also editor-in-chief of AREI. Journal for Central and Eastern European History and Politics. In 2014, he worked as rapporteur of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine. He is a regular commentator on opinion-forming Polish and international media and a commentator on social media. 

Author of the monograph: ‘Progressive Nationalist. Mykhailo Hrushevsky and his views on Poland and Poles', editor or co-editor of several monographs - in Polish and English - devoted to the history of Polish-Ukrainian-Russian relations. In 2022, he published two volumes of sources on Polish-Soviet relations during World War II, and in 2019 - two volumes of sources (together with Grzegorz Hryciuk) on the struggle of the Polish underground against the Soviets in Volhynia and Eastern Galicia.