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Poland and the West Amidst Internal Security Challenges

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Trafficking in Persons: Causes and Effects on the International Community

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Ukraine Heads Into the Second Year of the Defensive War

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Russia Monitor Monthly 11/23
Ukrainians Celebrate Christmas on December 25 for the First Time

Ukrainians Celebrate Christmas on December 25 for the First Time

Ukrainian Orthodox Christians attended services as the country for the first time celebrated Christmas on December 25, after the government changed the date from January 7, when most Orthodox believers celebrate. Shifting the date from January 7 to December 25 is seen as another symbol of breaking away from Moscow, signifying the nation’s intent for lasting cultural ties with the West.

Ukraine Is Waiting For First Batch of F-16

Ukraine Is Waiting For First Batch of F-16

As 2024 approaches, the anticipation of the arrival of the first F-16 multirole fighters grows. The Kyiv government believes that Western jets will aid in securing air superiority and boosting morale, particularly following the setback of an unsuccessful counteroffensive.

Republicans in the Senate Voted to Block Aid Package for Ukraine

Republicans in the Senate Voted to Block Aid Package for Ukraine

On Wednesday, December 7, Republicans in the Senate voted to block an emergency spending bill that would have provided assistance to Ukraine, Israel, and other measures relevant to security. This represents another chapter in the deepening American domestic divide, a factor that could ultimately shape the fate of Ukraine.

Analytical articles
Belarus Uses Fugitive Polish Judge to Sow Disinformation

Belarus Uses Fugitive Polish Judge to Sow Disinformation

The Belarusian propaganda machine has been exploiting Tomasz Szmydt, a high-ranking judge from a Warsaw administrative court, to produce and disseminate propaganda content. Through both media statements and social media posts, he propagates various Russian disinformation narratives––to enhance the image of Belarus and Russia while disparaging Poland and Western countries.

How can Hungary benefit from the Three Seas Initiative?

How can Hungary benefit from the Three Seas Initiative?

Hungary has been a member of the Three Seas Initiative since 2015. The country’s position and role in the Three Seas Initiative is significant in several respects. The question may arise as to how the country actually views the Initiative.

The Working Group on conservatism in Europe

The Working Group on conservatism in Europe

The Working Group on Conservatism in Europe is a partnership of institutes, which have been working together since 2022 to identify and define European conservative ideas and traditions, as a starting point for a wider conversation that could draw out common principles.

Special Reports
The Lebanese Economy and the Aftermath of October 7

The Lebanese Economy and the Aftermath of October 7

,,The Lebanese Economy and the Aftermath of October 7” report by Dawid Milczek is available for you!
The multidimensional poverty rate has nearly doubled from 42% in 2019, to 82% in 2021, leaving people in Lebanon grappling with the realities of food insecurity, unemployement and deteriorating living conditions…

ZACIĘTA DYSKUSJA

ZACIĘTA DYSKUSJA

In recent months, the Czech Republic has witnessed a surge in disinformation campaigns, posing significant challenges to its democratic fabric and information ecosystem.

A HEATED DEBATE

A HEATED DEBATE

In recent months, the Czech Republic has witnessed a surge in disinformation campaigns, posing significant challenges to its democratic fabric and information ecosystem.

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