Regarding the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union on Gazprom’s use of the OPAL gas pipeline (with an annual capacity of 36 billion m3 of gas), which de facto distributes natural gas from the Nord Stream I gas pipeline, Warsaw Institute expert Grzegorz Kuczyński gave a commentary to Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.
NBC News has published the article “Russia says it ‘chased away’ NATO fighter jet near defense minister; s plane” based on NATO pilot testimonies and on Russia Monitor think tank Warsaw Institute publications.
The text from our special report „INF Treaty: U.S.-Russian Outdated Pact” was quoted in American National Review.
In the article „Poland bets on Gdansk FSRU to meet projected demand”, published by Interfax Global Energy London office., Mr. Krzysztof Kamiński – Warsaw Institute President – gave his remarks regaring current situation in the natural gas market in Poland.
On July 22, 2019, a discussion took place on Poland’s energy industry. The Warsaw Institute foundation was represented by Janusz Kowalski, an energy security expert.
In the latest analysis of Marc Marginedas for El Periodico, one of the largest Catalan dailies, references appeared to our analytical articles on the recent conflict between the heads of Rostneft and Transnieft about who should bear responsibility for polluted oil in the Druzhba pipeline.
In the article that appeared in National Review “Is a Truly Cold War Emerging in the Arctic?” by Christopher Tremoglie, the text from our analytics program Russia Monitor “Russia Imposes Foreign Sailing Restrictions on Northern Sea Route” was quoted.
Grzegorz Kuczyński – Director of Eurasia Program and Expert at Warsaw Institute was quoted in South China Morning Post report on the deepening economic relations between Russia and China and their impact on the United States. The text was also provided by the Politico portal as part of the partnership with South China Morning Post.
Marcin Gawęda – President of The Warsaw Institute Foundation (U.S.), analyzed and commented on the mood prevailing in the European Union just before the elections to the European Parliament. In his article titled “Will Nation-States Make a Comeback in EU Elections?” he also raised the issue of growing patriotism and nationalism in many EU countries and their possible impact on the results of the upcoming elections.
The report by Grzegorz Kuczyński – expert of the Warsaw Institute, has been quoted in the latest analysis of the Jamestown Foundation “Baltic Pipe to Cut Poland’s Gas Dependence on Russia” by Natalia Konarzewska.
Vice-President of Warsaw Institute Izabela Wojtyczka spoke with the Hungarian website Azonnali on the phenomenon of the “renaissance of Central Europe”, geopolitical strategies of Poland and Hungary and changes taking place within the European Union.
Jason Lemon from Newsweek U.S. in his text “U.S. Creates Additional Tensions by Flying Nuclear-Capable Bombers Near Russia, Kremlin Says” refers to one of the last articles from our Russia Monitor program: “U.S. Stratofortress Jets Perform a Simulated Attack on Russia’s Baltic Fleet”
Analysis “Putin’s Asymmetric Assault on Democracy in Russia and Europe: Implications for U.S. National Security” prepared for the Committe On Foreign Relations of the United States Senate contains references to the text from the Russia Monitor program and an article from The Warsaw Institute Review quarterly.
Grzegorz Kuczyński – Director of the Eurasia program at the Warsaw Institute gave an interview to the Russian-language portal Deutsche Welle on intensifying the activities of Latvia and Lithuania in the fight against Russian spies.