Regarding the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union on Gazprom’s use of the OPAL gas pipeline (with an annual capacity of 36 billion m3 of gas), which de facto distributes natural gas from the Nord Stream I gas pipeline, Warsaw Institute expert Grzegorz Kuczyński gave a commentary to Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.
On September 9-10, 2019, the first edition of the summit on regional and economic diplomacy and the promotion of territorial, business and scientific cooperation took place in Warsaw. The partner of this event was the Warsaw Institute think tank and the editorial office of The Warsaw Institute Review.
NBC News has published the article “Russia says it ‘chased away’ NATO fighter jet near defense minister; s plane” based on NATO pilot testimonies and on Russia Monitor think tank Warsaw Institute publications.
Grzegorz Kuczyński, Director of Eurasia Program in Warsaw Institute (Poland) and Marcin Gawęda, President of The Warsaw Institute Foundation (USA), gave an interview to the American conservative National Review. In the article entitled “The End of the INF Treaty Is Good for Europe” by Christopher Tremoglie, there are answers why the end of the agreement between Russia and the U.S. is not bad for Central and Eastern Europe.
The text from our special report „INF Treaty: U.S.-Russian Outdated Pact” was quoted in American National Review.
In three years, Poland’s gas imports from Russia could be reduced even to zero, mainly thanks to U.S.-sourced liquefied natural gas (LNG) and gas flows from Norway.
In the article „Poland bets on Gdansk FSRU to meet projected demand”, published by Interfax Global Energy London office., Mr. Krzysztof Kamiński – Warsaw Institute President – gave his remarks regaring current situation in the natural gas market in Poland.
On July 22, 2019, a discussion took place on Poland’s energy industry. The Warsaw Institute foundation was represented by Janusz Kowalski, an energy security expert.
Throughout the convention held July 5-7, 2019, politicians and experts discussed the activities conducted by the government and contemplated proposals for the future. Over 10,000 participants gathered at the event, who over the course of 16 plenary sessions and nearly 70 thematically-orientated panels, had abundant opportunities to listen to and engage with about 400 panelist speakers.
The Western Balkans summit in Poznan is the culminating point of the Polish Presidency in the Berlin Process. The meetings at the highest level were supplemented with two complementary events: the business component was presented during the Business Forum, and the civil society dimension was discussed during the Civil Society Forum.
The Western Balkans Summit in Poznań was inaugurated by an expert-orientated event, where the main topic of which being European aspirations of the region and the future of the Berlin Process. Numerous experts, journalists, representatives of state administrations and non-governmental organizations from both the Western Balkans and European Union countries, had gathered to the event.
On June 17, 2019, a new Foundation Board of Warsaw Institute was established. The Board members are: Leszek Jesień – former Secretary of State in the Chancellery of the Prime Minister and associate professor at Collegium Civitas, Tomasz Grzegorz Grosse – Professor of the University of Warsaw and Warsaw Institute expert and Marcin Gawęda – President of The Warsaw Institute Foundation – our sister organization operating in the U.S.
The event “The European Union in the New Times. What Will Change After the Last Elections” was part of the new project “Meetings with Geopolitics”.
As part of the Strategy Duologues on Geopolitics project, editorial staff of The Warsaw Institute Review quarterly and representative of the Warsaw Institute think tank held a meeting with the Ambassador of Indonesia in Poland and key diplomats of the Indonesian institution.