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The Bucharest Nine Joint Assessment for Common Understanding, or B9 JACU, is a daring, unprecedented project bringing together research institutions and think tanks from each of the B9 countries, together with the support from Embassies of each of the B9 countries in Warsaw.
The Warsaw Institute Review’s (WIR) latest expert debate, titled “Message, fake news and disinformation in public space”, took place on December 3 this year in the Main Auditorium of the Old Library of the University of Warsaw.
An international conference on Poland’s partnership with the Baltic States was held on November 28 in Warsaw, Poland as a forum to discuss vital issues pertaining to defense and energy sector. At the event, representatives for five think tanks from Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia signed a joint declaration on the establishment of the Baltic Fund.
NEWS Date: Russia Monitor article in Carnige Europe publication In the Carnige Europe think tank report by Tomáš Valášek, titled "New perspectives on shared security: NATO's next 70 years", describing future arms control and confidence-building...
The post-Soviet zone has found itself in a shaky position for the first time in five years, or since Russia’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine and a hot phase of the Donbas war.
In the US Army magazine „Military Review” in the November / December 2019 issue, three Warsaw Institute articles about Russian mercenaries and private military companies were quoted.
Emmanuel Macron undermined U.S. leadership in the Alliance while raising questions about Article 5 of the NATO Treaty, the bloc’s fundamental principle.
Apart from breaking up the Transatlantic Alliance, the strategic goal of Russian policy has long been to break up the European Union. A solidarity-based and strong EU prevents Russia’s expansion on the Old Continent.
NEWS Date: The American The Epoch Times quotes Warsaw Institute text about nuclear energy In the article by Ella Kietlinska "US Engaged in Building Poland’s First Nuclear Power Plant", the text of the Warsaw Institute, describing the Polish...
Grzegorz Kuczyński, expert of the Warsaw Institute, made a statement for the largest Spanish newspaper, in which he analyzes Moscow’s activities in Libya and its support for General Haftar.
The U.S. Congress is currently working on the adoption of the Georgia Support Act, a piece of legislation establishing additional support mechanisms for the authorities in Tbilisi.
Gone are the days when Communist China asked Joseph Stalin for help. It is even difficult to talk about an equal partnership between Moscow and Beijing.
An international conference “NATO Eastern Flank Security; Baltic States and Poland” will take place in Warsaw on November 28, 2019. The objective of this event is a debate with the representatives of the expert community about the strategic relations between Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland in defence and energy aspects.
At the General Affairs Council meeting on October 15, 2019, in Luxembourg, an unfavorable decision was delivered as for the opening of accession negotiations with the two Western Balkan countries: Albania and North Macedonia.