The Warsaw Institute Foundation is pleased to announce a new program whose aim will be to monitor and analyze the day-by-day inputs of Romanian politics and business and try to anticipate the main medium and long term changes. The project will start in January 2018.
At the invitation of the Polish Institute in New Delhi, President of the Warsaw Institute has given a lecture about Poland’s Energy Security Policy, with a particular focus on natural gas. It was part of program “Knowledge Capsules” which was attended by scientists, experts and diplomats mostly from India, Thailand and Sri lanka.
The Warsaw Institute and more than 100 European and American experts signed the Prague Declaration, which lays out seven urgent steps the democratic West must take to stop Russian disinformation.
Congress 590 is one of the most important business forums devoted to the promotion of the Polish economy.
Is the European community still united by the values that were common to its founding fathers: Schuman, de Gasperi, Adenauer – men of faith?
The National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA) organized, between 28 – 30 September 2017, the second edition of the Bucharest Security Conference (BSC).
Over the last few days, The Warsaw Institute Foundation hosted a Finnish journalist Jessikka Art in Warsaw. Her visit was an excellent opportunity for many meetings and discussions.
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.