Event Summary: Piłsudski, Dmowski, and Paderewski – the Fathers of Polish Independence and Their Vision of the Country
On June 29, 2021, a debate took place and included the following participants: Jan Wiśniewski, PhD – coordinator of the Regional Centre for International Debate in Toruń, lecturer at the College of Social and Media Culture in Toruń; Karol Wołek – chairman of the Kazimierz Wielki Foundation, the Kazimierz Wielki Association, the Main Board of the Union of Soldiers of National Armed Forces, and the Amor Patriae Foundation; as well as Jakub Lachert – expert of the Warsaw Institute. The debate was moderated by Tomasz Kijewski – president of the Warsaw Institute.
Event Summary: US-German relations – their past, present, and future: energy, security, EU, Russia, NATO | Diplomacy Talks Series
Completion of Nord Stream 2 will likely result in too much economic and political influence of the Russian Federation on Europe, especially the CEE, according to former US intelligence chief and US ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell in an interview for the Warsaw Institute think-tank. The event took place on June 23, 2021 and was organized by the Warsaw Institute think-tank within our Diplomacy Talks Series.
In the following years, there may be a further increase in the significance of hybrid threats for the security of Poland and NATO countries. Disinformation, cyberattacks, subversive activity, and low-intensity conflicts will be exacerbated by the advancing technological revolution and global connectivity – innovations create opportunities, but increase vulnerability, including hybrid threats.
Warsaw Institute & The Warsaw Institute Review quartely have an honour to invite you to our upcoming online event – part of the Warsaw Institute’s “Diplomacy Talks Series”: New developments in US-German relations: energy, security, EU, Russia, NATO.
During the meeting co-organized on June 14, 2021 by the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF), one of the guests of which was NATO Secretary General – Jens Stoltenberg, issues related to the Alliance summit organized in Brussels in June this year were discussed.
On June 7, 2021, aAs part of the Warsaw Institute’s “Diplomacy Talks Series” Tomasz Kijewski, President of the think-tank, together with a representative of the think-tank as well as the Warsaw Institute Review quarterly visited the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan at the invitation of His Excellency Ambassador Malik Muhammad Farooq.
On June 1, 2021, Tomasz Kijewski, the President of the Warsaw Institute Foundation, met with His Excellency, the Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia, Samvel Mkrtchian. The meeting was organized as a part of The Warsaw Institute’s “Diplomacy Talks Series”.
On June 1, 2021, the Warsaw Institute think-tank had the honor of organizing the online event “Silicon Valley / Big Tech Companies: are their activities Orwellian towards their users and employees?” – a local insider’s view.” The guest of Tomasz Kijewski, president of the Warsaw Institute, was Mark A. Terlesky, senior legal analyst and writer at Pierce & Shearer LLP.
As part of the Warsaw Institute’s “Diplomatic Talks Series” Tomasz Kijewski, President of the think-tank, visited the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan at the invitation of Her Excellency Nargiz Gurbanova, Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Event Summary: Poland’s National Defense Fund and Diversified Financial Involvement of Polish Residents by Region
On May 25, 2021, the Warsaw Institute hosted Dr. Jan Wiśniewski who delivered a lecture titled Poland’s National Defense Fund and Diversified Financial Involvement of Polish Residents by Region.
NATO’s nuclear deterrent instruments continue to be an important component of the Alliance’s security: “THE FUTURE OF NATO’S NUCLEAR DEFENSE POSTURE” MEETING
EVENTS Date: NATO's nuclear deterrent instruments continue to be an important component of the Alliance's security: "THE FUTURE OF NATO'S NUCLEAR DEFENSE POSTURE" MEETING NATO's nuclear deterrent instruments will remain an important element of the...
Bilateral and Multilateral Cooperation between Hungary and Poland – interview with the Hungarian Ambassador to the Republic of Poland, Mrs. Orsolya Zsuzsanna Kovács
On May 12, 2021, the Warsaw Institute think-tank, together with the The Warsaw Institute Review quarterly, had the honor of hosting another online event from the Diplomacy Talks Series. The title of the discussion, moderated by the president of the Warsaw Institute, Tomasz Kijewski, was “Bilateral and multilateral cooperation between Hungary and Poland”. Ambassador Orsolya Zsuzsanna Kovács presented her personal ties with Poland as well as historical and contemporary Polish-Hungarian cooperation.
On April 27, 2021, the Warsaw Institute and the Warsaw Institute Review held an online lecture. The event “The History of the Church in Ćwiklice” was held as part of the program Young Independent – The Centenary of Poland Regaining Independence. The speakers were Marian Małecki, a professor of the Jagiellonian University and specialist in the history of political system and law, and Fr Sylwester Suchoń, the parish priest of the St. Martin of Tours Church in Ćwiklice.
On April 26, 2021, the think-tank Warsaw Institute had the honor of organizing the Internet event ” NATO in the 21st century: Preparing the Alliance for the challenges of today and tomorrow” which concerned updating the challenges posed by NATO in the 21st century. The guest of Tomasz Kijewski, President of the Warsaw Institute, was Daniel Kochis, Senior Policy Analyst in European Affairs, The Heritage Foundation.