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On 3rd June 2020 the editorial office of The Warsaw Insitute Review in cooperation with the Warsaw Institute Foundation organized an online event “Hong Kong – the people’s revolution against the Party”.
Grzegorz Kuczyński, an expert at the Warsaw Institute Foundation, appeared in the program “A Look to the East” (“Spojrzenie na Wschód”) on 3rd June 2020, where he spoke about the public trends in Russia and planned constitutional changes.
The Warsaw Institute Review has the honor to announce the upcoming expert debate „Hong Kong – the people’s revolution against the Party” on Wednesday, June 3rd at 20:00 (CET).
Grzegorz Kuczyński, expert on Eastern affairs and Director of Eurasia Program at the Warsaw Institute, spoke to NOVACT about Russian involvement in the civil war in Libya.
The international Spanish press agency EFE in its article on the situation in Libya and the role of Russia in the local conflict quotes Grzegorz Kuczyński, expert on eastern affairs at the Warsaw Institute and Director of Eurasia Program.
On May 27, 2020, the editors of The Warsaw Institute Review held another online event with Wojciech Jakóbik, an expert on energy security and geopolitics and BiznesAlert editor-in-chief.
The U.N. disarmament chief reported during Security Council meeting on 22 of May that “cybercrime is on the rise, with a 600% increase in malicious emails during the current crisis”.
Grzegorz Kuczyński, expert on Eastern affairs and director of the Eurasia program at Warsaw Institute, participated in the debate “Security after the pandemic” organized on Tuesday, 26 May 2020 by the Center for International Relations.
A full reprint of the Warsaw Institute article from the China Monitor program dealing with Chinese investments in the CEE region appeared on the website of the Lithuanian public broadcaster.
The portal has reprinted our article from China Monitor program regarding Chinese infrastructure investments in Central and Eastern Europe by Paweł Paszak.
The portal analyzes our Special Report on the consequences of Brexit for the defence industry of the European Union and Great Britain, the future of trade relations and the Common Security and Defence Policy.
All Russia Monitor articles from April are now available in one file, which is a review of the most important events from last month regarding broadly understood security policy in Russia and the Kremlin’s foreign policy.
In “Security Brief” from 21 May 2020 the Warsaw Institute and our Special Report were mentioned on the future of the British security sector after Brexit.
One of the most important portals and magazines on security issues “Defense News” discusses the Special Report published by the Warsaw Institute, calling the foundation “a leading European think tank.”