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Russia Monitor is a review of the most important events relating to Russian security and politics. Warsaw Institute experts monitor and analyze the Kremlin’s activities to anticipate their short-term and long-term consequences, for Russia, the region and the Western world.

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The Warsaw Institute Review is a free Polish magazine of the Warsaw Institute Foundation. We would like to present a broad spectrum of topics concerning Poland, a leader among East-Central European countries, in the form of analytical articles on political, legal, economic, social, historical and institutional issues.

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Jessikka Aro in Warsaw

Jessikka Aro in Warsaw

The Warsaw Institute Foundation will be hosting Ms Jessikka Aro in Warsaw this week. She constantly trains reporters and general public in Finland and abroad to recognize disinformation.

ZAPAD-2017 Q&A

ZAPAD-2017 Q&A

The Zapad-2017 military drills fulfill two functions at the same time. On one hand, they constitute a traditional joint Russian-Belarusian exercise within the framework of the regional military group, held alternately in Russia and Belarus every two years.

INFO-check UKRAINE

INFO-check UKRAINE

The Warsaw Institute Foundation is pleased to announce a new program whose aim will be to monitor Ukrainian media; the project will start in mid-August 2017.

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The Polish Banking Sector in an Innovation Race

The Polish Banking Sector in an Innovation Race

Changes in the financial markets caused by the spread of digital technology pose a challenge for banking institutions in many countries; however, the starting position of the Polish banking sector in this innovative race is a good one.

Changes in the Design of the EU Budget after Brexit

Changes in the Design of the EU Budget after Brexit

In 2020, decisions will be made by the relevant bodies of the European Union, which will sanction its financial outlook for the years 2021-2027. The organization’s annual budgets will be constructed over the next seven years based on this framework.