The difficult situation of the Belarusian opposition after last year’s presidential elections and the lack of trust in the regime among Belarusian society were discussed in an interview with the Warsaw Institute’s expert Jakub Lachert for Poland In.
“We support the approach that does not aim at sanctioning anyone but rather to level the playing field across energy suppliers in Europe,” Tomasz Kijewski, President of the Warsaw Institute tells CEENERGYNEWS, adding that true opposition to Nord Stream 2 is not about anti-Russian policy but it is a fight for fairness and competition on the European energy market.
The last NATO summit in Brussels and the Alliance’s defense strategy against disinformation and hybrid threats were the subject of the speech by the President of the Warsaw Institute Foundation, Tomasz Kijewski, in the World News Guest program broadcasted by the English-language public television Poland In.
Julia Grzybowska, President of the Warsaw Institute Foundation, gave an interview for the Start2think project carried out by the Center for International Relations in cooperation with the European Projects Association, Informo and Res Publica, which aims to increase the awareness of European Union citizens about media literacy and combating disinformation.
In an article analyzing the influence of Russian far-right groups in Europe and USA, the text from the Russia Monitor program “The Kremlin Uses Radical Russian Imperial Movement to Destabilize the West” was quoted.
Grzegorz Kuczyński, expert of the Warsaw Institute on Eastern Affairs and Director of the Eurasia Program, spoke to the Portuguese newspaper Expresso about the poisoning of Alexei Navalny.
An article by Warsaw Institute cited by the official information site of the Latvian Ministry of Defence
The Latvian portal Sargs.lv cited the Warsaw Institute analysis from the Russia Monitor Programme on the impact of Belarus’ presidential elections on Russia’s position in the country.
Turkish state international news channel TRT World cites in its article expert from the Warsaw Institute
The text quotes Grzegorz Kuczyński, Director of the Eurasia Program at Warsaw Institute, who discusses Poland’s recent efforts to improve its national security vis-à-vis Russia and Moscow’s response.
The portal Polonia Christiana cited the Warsaw Institute analysis by Łukasz Kobierski on the recent rise of anti-American, war rhetoric in Chinese state-affiliated media.
Public Radio of Armenia cities fragments of WI’s interview with Armenia’s Ambassador to Poland Samvel Mkrtchian
In the interview, Julia Grzybowska, President of the Board of Warsaw Institute, asked the ambassador about his perspective on the recent reignition of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and the events leading up to it.
The text quotes Grzegorz Kuczyński, Director od the Eurasia Program at Warsaw Institute, who spoke about the Russian interests, activity and reasons for involvement in Libya.
Paweł Pawłowski, expert from the Warsaw Institute, made comments on the results of the presidential elections in Poland for the Lithuanian public television LRT, including their impact for the region and Polish foreign policy.
Grzegorz Kuczyński, Director of Eurasia Program at the Warsaw Institute, appeared in the Russian-language broadcast of Radio Poland regarding the situation in Libya, where he commented the activities of the so-called Wagner group in the country. His remarks were then quoted by the Ukrainian media: GuildHall and sprotyv.info.
The portal quoted an article by Paweł Paszak, an expert in the China Monitor program, about the intensifying cooperation between the People’s Republic of China and Serbia.