Four Challenges For NATO 2030

Four Challenges For NATO 2030

On the verge of the third decade of the twenty-first century and after many years of being associated with operations abroad, the North Atlantic Alliance is returning to its roots by performing missions to ensure collective defense. What remains the chief adversary of NATO is Russia, but the military bloc is also aware of the China challenge.

read more
US Announces $125 Million Aid Package for Ukraine, Condemns Russia

US Announces $125 Million Aid Package for Ukraine, Condemns Russia

Since the beginning of its existence (1990), the Union of Poles in Belarus (UPB) was the key independent center which gathered people with Polish roots and those who spoke Polish. In Belarus, Poles constitute around 4% of the whole population and the UPB has 30,000 members, thus being one of the largest non-governmental organizations in this country. Its activities included educating children in Polish, publishing magazines in this language (for instance, Głos znad Niemna) as well as maintaining extensive contacts with Poland in cultural and social dimensions.

Three Possible Scenarios For Russia’s Oil Production

Three Possible Scenarios For Russia’s Oil Production

Russia’s oil production will grow for some ten years while noting a decline afterward, according to the Energy Ministry estimate drafting oil production in the country. The difference is in the possible scale of the increase and that of the decline and when the peak will take place.

Tensions in the Black Sea: Turkey Supports Ukraine

Tensions in the Black Sea: Turkey Supports Ukraine

Countries bordering the Black Sea are carefully observing tensions going up between Russia and Ukraine and the threat of war posed by the former state. It is notably Turkey that has in recent years built cordial ties with Russia. Also, it is a NATO member and––most importantly––it has boosted its position throughout the region.

The Union of Poles in Belarus – the Main Enemy of the Regime

The Union of Poles in Belarus – the Main Enemy of the Regime

Since the beginning of its existence (1990), the Union of Poles in Belarus (UPB) was the key independent center which gathered people with Polish roots and those who spoke Polish. In Belarus, Poles constitute around 4% of the whole population and the UPB has 30,000 members, thus being one of the largest non-governmental organizations in this country. Its activities included educating children in Polish, publishing magazines in this language (for instance, Głos znad Niemna) as well as maintaining extensive contacts with Poland in cultural and social dimensions.

South Korean Foreign Minister Visits China

South Korean Foreign Minister Visits China

On March 29, 2021, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China and the Secretariat General of the Arab League held a video conference on data security. During it, a joint agreement on China-Arab cooperation in this field was signed.

$2TN in government spending into US infrastructure

$2TN in government spending into US infrastructure

Joe Biden’s plan to introduce the biggest tax increase in American history. This taxation could be a gift to China and many other countries that will offer a competitive deal to entrepreneurs and the American upper class

The Fidesz’s EPP-exit and what does it mean in the bigger picture?

The Fidesz’s EPP-exit and what does it mean in the bigger picture?

The Fidesz’s EPP-exit and what does it mean in the bigger picture? ‘It’s time to say goodbye’ – this was the announcement appearing on the Facebook-page of Katalin Novák, the Hungarian government party's, Fidesz’s Minister of Family Affairs, on 18th...

Video
Special Reports
Four Challenges For NATO 2030

Four Challenges For NATO 2030

On the verge of the third decade of the twenty-first century and after many years of being associated with operations abroad, the North Atlantic Alliance is returning to its roots by performing missions to ensure collective defense. What remains the chief adversary of NATO is Russia, but the military bloc is also aware of the China challenge.

Nagorno-Karabakh as Part of Geopolitical Rivalry

Nagorno-Karabakh as Part of Geopolitical Rivalry

The year 2020 brought a turning point in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The flare-up in the fighting between the Azerbaijani military and ethnic Armenian forces of the breakaway region resulted in a peace deal that humiliated Armenia that had to return 75 percent of Nagorno-Karabakh to Azerbaijan as well as all transit routes from the disputed enclave to Armenia.

Where are the Polish-German relations heading?

Where are the Polish-German relations heading?

The Polish-German relations at the turn of 2020-2021, although marked by a difficult history, sometimes even by mutual misunderstanding, are relatively correct now. This is thanks to good personal relations between Polish and German politicians (presidents and heads of government) and very good economic relations. Germany is a key trade partner for Poland.

ISSUE NO. 15/2020

ISSUE NO. 14/2020

ISSUE NO. 13/2020

Top