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The Warsaw Institute Foundation is a Polish analysis and research center. We conduct expert, educational and publishing activities. We are interested in the geopolitical, economic and cultural issues crucial for Poland and East-Central Europe.

Russia Monitor

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.

Review

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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The Warsaw Uprising Museum

The Warsaw Uprising Museum

Patriotism, courage, honor, freedom, fidelity, integrity, friendship… In its twelve years of operation, the Warsaw Uprising Museum has organized hundreds of concerts, lectures and workshops. It also organizes the annual events accompanying the anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising. These activities serve as tribute to the insurgents – the people to whom it owes its existence.

Russia 2018

Russia 2018

What’s it going to be like? Almost certainly with Vladimir Putin. There is no better confirmation of this than the president’s mass replacement of his highest officials and collaborators. A new generation of “Putinocrats” is entering the scene and their characteristics unambiguously indicate that in the coming years, the Kremlin court will serve one, concrete ruler.

Polish Eagles in Canada – an energetic alliance

Polish Eagles in Canada – an energetic alliance

In Canada and the United States, Poland is sometimes unjustly perceived through the prism of the past, as one of the members of the old Warsaw Pact and a country with a centrally planned economy. In the meantime, “Poland 2017 A.D.” is a full member of NATO and a country that is strengthening its position, even in the midst of the global financial crisis.

Modernizing Poland’s Armed Forces

Modernizing Poland’s Armed Forces

Poland is in the midst of a wide-ranging process of modernizing its armed forces, on which it will spend around $15 billion by 2022. This is a very large sum for the region. Much of these funds will be allocated to the purchase of equipment and technology from abroad.

Modern Patriotism

Modern Patriotism

What characterizes the most dynamic and often the richest economies in the world? What is the common denominator that links diverse countries such as the U.S., Japan, South Korea or Germany – countries with their own traditions, history, culture and differing social and political systems and geography, playing the role of economic champions of the modern world?