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Jessikka Aro in Warsaw

Jessikka Aro in Warsaw

The Warsaw Institute Foundation will be hosting Ms Jessikka Aro in Warsaw this week. She constantly trains reporters and general public in Finland and abroad to recognize disinformation.

ZAPAD-2017 Q&A

ZAPAD-2017 Q&A

The Zapad-2017 military drills fulfill two functions at the same time. On one hand, they constitute a traditional joint Russian-Belarusian exercise within the framework of the regional military group, held alternately in Russia and Belarus every two years.

INFO-check UKRAINE

INFO-check UKRAINE

The Warsaw Institute Foundation is pleased to announce a new program whose aim will be to monitor Ukrainian media; the project will start in mid-August 2017.

Gazprom’s Web Will Ensnare Europe

Gazprom’s Web Will Ensnare Europe

In recent months, two alarming decisions have been made by the European Commission (EC). First, in October 2016, the European Commission accepted, at the request of a German regulator, a further exemption from allowing third-party access (TPA) to the OPAL gas pipeline connecting northern Germany and the Czech Republic.

Global Forum 2017

Global Forum 2017

Several hundred participants from Poland, Central and Eastern Europe and the United States took part in this year’s edition of Global Forum.

President Donald Trump in Warsaw

President Donald Trump in Warsaw

“America loves Poland, and America loves the Polish people. It is a profound honor to stand in this city, by the monument to the Warsaw Uprising, and to address the Polish nation that so many generations have dreamed of: a Poland that is safe, strong, and free”, said Donald Trump in his speech at Krasinskich Square in Warsaw, Poland.

The Success of the NATO Summit in Warsaw

The Success of the NATO Summit in Warsaw

The organisation of last year’s NATO Summit in Warsaw (8-9 July 2016) showed that Poland is not only a great organizer and an important member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) but first of all that the Polish government is strong enough to be able to actually decide on the security of Poland and Baltic states.