The Warsaw Institute Foundation together with partners from Jamestown Foundation organized an event with the participation of Prof. Julian Kulski, a veteran of the Warsaw Uprising.
All October Russia Monitor articles, which include reviews of the most important events related to Russian security and its foreign policy, available in one file.
Rasmus Sinnemaa, visiting scholar at the Foreign Policy Institute of Johns Hopkins University SAIS in Washington D.C., specialist on transatlantic issues, in his article for Medium.com – Russian GPS interference present in Lapland during extensive NATO exercise, refers to one of the texts that was published in the Russia Monitor program.
Warsaw Institute invites to the discussion panel “Information war and special FORCES”, which will take place on December 10, 2018 in the Library of the University of Warsaw. The panel will be attended by Piotr Bączek, former head of military counterintelligence service and dr Rafał Brzeski, an expert in the field of disinformation and information war.
Grzegorz Kuczyński is an expert on Eastern affairs, for many years he worked as a journalist and analyst. He is the author of texts for the quarterly The Warsaw Institute Review and special reports. He is also the head of the Eurasia program. We present some of his publications written for Warsaw Institute
On November 15-16 2018, Warsaw Institute participated in the Kongres 590. The event, with international significance, one of the most important in the field of economics in Poland, was organized as a two-day meeting. A great opportunity for business, science and state representatives, for an exchange of views and experiences.
The cooperation of the Visegrad countries in the field of security in the European arena was the main topic raised during the international conference at the University of Warsaw. The report is based on the analyzes presented during the thematic panels.
On October 22-23, 2018, the Warsaw Institute delegation took part in the 19th Polish-German Forum organized by The Foundation for Polish-German Cooperation in partnership with the Polish Foreign Ministry and the German Federal Foreign Office.
The need for a new opening in Polish-Ukrainian relations or the role of “Children of the Kremlin” in Russia’s domestic policy are just some of the topics discussed during a conference entitled “Polish Eastern Policy 2018” organised by the Jan Nowak-Jeziorański College of Eastern Europe in Wrocław with the participation of Warsaw Institute.
Tomasz Grzegorz Grosse – expert of the Warsaw Institute – gave an interview to the Spanish portal La Razon. One of the matters Grosse spoke on was the importance of NATO for Poland and Europe.
The Warsaw Institute on October 16-17 organized workshops and a roundtable as a part of project Disinformation in practice – identifying, researching and fighting harmful narratives in Georgia.
According to Marcin Gawęda, President and CEO of The Warsaw Institute Foundation – “the strategic goal of The Warsaw Institute Foundation, as the first Polish geopolitical think tank in Washington, is to reinforce Polish interests in the United States.”
Representatives of the Warsaw Institute on 15-18 October paid visit to Tbilisi
Warsaw Institute is a partner of Congress 590, which will take place on 15th and 16th of November 2018 in G2A Arena in Jasionka. Congress 590 is one of the most important business forums devoted to the promotion of Polish economy.