Rafał Barnaś is a historian and psychologist.
Born in 1983 in Poland, Rafał Barnaś graduated from the National Security Academy in Warsaw and also successfully completed a program in Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy at KSPP in Krakow and advanced business english program at Holmes College in Sydney (Australia).
Within the last 25 years, Rafał Barnaś performed extensive field research in more than 50 countries of the world having visited six continents.
He is an author of the book The Young Man and co-author of the books Poisonous Files (with Dr. Jakub Krzemiński) and Spy: the Oldest Profession of the World (with Colonel Edward Kotowski, a former resident of the PRL intelligence in Vatican).
A FEW QUESTIONS ABOUT THE INFLUENCE OF RUSSIAN SECRET SERVICES IN POLAND
ISN’T IT THE TIME FOR A UNIPOLAR WORLD?
THE FRUITS OF “THE REAL POLITICS”
STATE TERRORISM IN BELARUS AS A WAY TOWARDS GENOCIDE AND WAR
WHEN THE WORLD TURNS ITS HEAD AWAY FROM THE KILLING FIELDS
WHEN DEMOCRACY CAPITULATES BEFORE DICTATORSHIP
PUTIN AND LUKASHENKO: PLANNING A GENOCIDE IN BELARUS AND ANOTHER EUROPEAN WAR?
BELARUSIAN UPRISING, RUSSIAN PROTESTS: HIDDEN CAUSES AND POSSIBLE EVOLUTION
MILITARY ASPECT OF THE SITUATION ON THE BORDER OF THE EU AND BELARUS