Warsaw Institute in cooperation with the International Visegrad Fund and think-tanks from Central and Eastern Europe invites for the international conference: The Visegrad Group Contribution to European Security – Common Challenges and Goals.
Ted Bromund, Senior Research Fellow in Anglo-American Relations at the The Heritage Foundation, refers to Warsaw Institute Special Report in his article for the Newsday concerning the political strategy of President Vladimir Putin.
Warsaw Institute in cooperation with the Georgian Institute for Strategic Studies will organize the Disinformation in practice project – identifying, researching and fighting harmful narratives in Georgia. The 5-month project launched in Poland and Georgia, starting on July 1, aims to explore the Russian influence on Georgian media and society.
On 8 – 14/07/2018, the Századvég Summer School, initiated by the Századvég Foundation, was held. The goal of the project co-organized by the Warsaw Institute was to create a space for dialogue between the youth leaders of the Visegrád Group countries and a discussion on the future challenges facing CEE. The project was financed from the Visegrád Fund.
Warsaw Institute recruits candidates for international project hosted in Hungary: “Századvég Summer School – Prospects for the V4 and the CEE region concerning the current challenges of the EU: migration, society, economy.”
During the meeting between Ministers of Energy of the EU countries, Poland issued an appeal for the acceleration of work on the amendment to the gas directive, which might stop the construction of the Nord Stream 2. The Polish stance was supported by representatives of 10 EU member states.
On May 29, 2018, the Faculty of Political Science of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie University in Lublin held an analytical seminar entitled “Three Seas Initiative: Idea, Implementation, Perspectives” organized by the Regional Center for International Debate in Lublin. The Warsaw Institute Foundation provided institutional support of the seminar.
The crash of a Polish Air Force Tu-154 airliner near the Russian city of Smolensk on April 10, 2010 stands as the most momentous air disaster in modern times.
On April 25-27, 2018, NATO Advanced Workshop: Challenges in strategic communication and fighting propaganda on Eastern Europe was organized in Chișinău.
All April Russia Monitor articles, which include reviews of the most important events related to Russian security and its foreign policy, available in one file.
Warsaw Institute, alongside with SNSPA Bucharest, hosted more than 60 speakers and guests in the first Polish-Romanian Roundtable Talks, held in the Romanian Senate on April 24, 2018 .
All March Russia Monitor articles, which include reviews of the most important events related to Russian security and its foreign policy, available in one file.
On the 24th of April Warsaw Institute will organize the first Polish-Romanian Round Table Dialogues in Bucharest, in cooperation with the SNSPA.
On April 25-27, 2018 an Advanced Research Workshop titled “Challenges in strategic communication and fighting propaganda in Eastern Europe. Solutions for a future common project” is to take place.