Comment to Warsaw Institute’s latest special report U.S. Permanent Military Base in Poland: Favorable Solution For the NATO Alliance by Glen E. Howard, president of Jamestown Foundation (USA).
Comment to Warsaw Institute’s latest special report U.S. Permanent Military Base in Poland: Favorable Solution For the NATO Alliance by Laurynas Kasčiūnas, member of Lithuanian Parliament and National Security and Defense Committee (Lithuania).
Comment to Warsaw Institute’s latest special report U.S. Permanent Military Base in Poland: Favorable Solution For the NATO Alliance by Iulian Chifu – President of Conflict Prevention and Early Warning Center (Romania).
The book entitled “Lech Kaczyński. Prezes Najwyższej Izby Kontroli w latach 1992-1995” [Lech Kaczyński: President of Poland’s Supreme Audit Office (1992-1995)] has been published.
All December Russia Monitor articles, which include reviews of the most important events related to Russian security and its foreign policy, available in one file.
Analysis “Putin’s Asymmetric Assault on Democracy in Russia and Europe: Implications for U.S. National Security” prepared for the Committe On Foreign Relations of the United States Senate contains references to the text from the Russia Monitor program and an article from The Warsaw Institute Review quarterly.
Warsaw Institute published a bilingual (Polish & Georgian) book by Małgorzata Zawadzka and Zviada Adzinbaia. The publication is a part of a project: Disinformation in Practice – Identifying, Researching and Fighting Harmful Narratives in Georgia.
Warsaw Institute presents a bilingual version of “Lucjan Skupiewski. Social and Political Biography” by dr hab. Andrzej Dubicki, prof. Associate, University of Łódź.
Comment given by Professor Piotr Kwiatkiewicz for the Warsaw Institute on energy security, history of this phenomenon, its determinants and historical and geopolitical conditions.
Moving forward gives America and its allies every advantage and sends a stronger signal to Vladimir Putin – that he should keep his hands off Western Europe. Forward deployed forces would benefit from that extended conventional umbrella – making forward forces like Fort Trump more survivable.
Grzegorz Kuczyński – Director of the Eurasia program at the Warsaw Institute gave an interview to the Russian-language portal Deutsche Welle on intensifying the activities of Latvia and Lithuania in the fight against Russian spies.
All November Russia Monitor articles, which include reviews of the most important events related to Russian security and its foreign policy, available in one file.
On December 17, 2018, the lecture “History Matters – Why Independence is so Important for Poles?” was held by the Warsaw Institute. The lecture was addressed to new employees of embassies and foreign students staying and studying in Poland. The aim of the lecture was to present and familiarize foreign guests with why the 100th anniversary of regaining independence by Poland is such a special event for Poles.
Seventh issue of “The Warsaw Institute Review” – the English-language quarterly about Poland and the region of Central and Eastern Europe – has been published and sent in a prestigious printed version of up to 1,500 copies to major research, analytical and expert centers around the world.