Date: 21 April 2021

NATO in the 21st Century

Preparing the Alliance for the Challenges of Today and Tomorrow

Warsaw Institute & The Warsaw Institute Review quartely with The Heritage Foundation have an honour to invite you to our upcoming online Expert Interview:

NATO in the 21st Century

Preparing the Alliance for the Challenges of Today and Tomorrow

Date: Monday, April 26th, 2021

Time: 11:00 am ET | 5 pm CEST

Register via Eventbrite to receive a reminder and a direct link to the stream 10 minutes before the event:


Daniel KOCHIS Senior Policy Analyst in European Affairs, The Heritage Foundation


Tomasz Kijewski President of Warsaw Institute

The main points of the discussion will include, among others:

  • Would NATO, especially on its Easter flank, be able to successfully defend itself in case of a military aggression of the Eastern superpowers?
  • Is disinformation recognized by NATO as a means of malign foreign influence? How does NATO counter information laundering and false narratives? How does it support its member states in doing so?
  • What are the biggest challenges of NATO in the next 10 years? Will NATO adjust to the latest threats in a form of natural evolution or rather a revolution?

Don’t forget to register and see you there!



Mr. Daniel Kochis is a Senior Policy Analyst in European Affairs at The Heritage Foundation. He specializes in trans-Atlantic security issues regularly publishing on U.S. policy in Europe, NATO, U.S.-Russia relations, and Arctic issues. Kochis is also a regional author for the Heritage Foundation’s annual Index of U.S. Military Strength.

He holds a Master of Arts Degree in Comparative Political Science from Fordham University in New York where we received the Richard A. Bennett Graduate Assistantship. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC


Mr. Tomasz Kijewski is the president of the Warsaw Institute – a leading think-tank in the Central and Eastern Europe focusing on international relations, hybrid warfare and energy security.

He is a graduate of the national security study program (PASS) at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies (Garmisch-Partenkirchen / Washington DC). For many years he served as a diplomat in North America. The areas of Tomasz’s expertise include hybrid warfare and asymmetric conflicts, counter-terrorism, and energy security. He is currently preparing his doctoral dissertation (PhD).

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