Contrary to the provisions of the Polish-Soviet border agreement of 1945, the Pilava Strait linking the Vistula Lagoon to the Baltic Sea was not opened to Polish merchant vessels while Poland’s port of Elbląg had no longer access to the Baltic Sea. In June 1990, the yacht “Misia II” under the skipper Edmund Krasowski, a Member of Polish Parliament at the time, as the first sailed from Elbląg to Gdynia across the Pilava Strait.
Once completed in 2022, a gas link between Poland and Norway will hinder Russia’s Gazprom monopoly on gas supplies, putting an end to a phenomenon that has lasted for several decades.
Aleksandra Rybińska, expert at Warsaw Institute, will take part in dabate “Nationalism is a Delusion: Our Futures Depend on Ever Closer Union” organized by Intelligence Squared Germany and ECFR, alongside with Radosław Sikorski, Flavia Kleiner, Douglas Murray and Josef Janning.
It seems that the United States will be unable to hinder the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project. Highly dangerous for Central Europe and Ukraine, the pipeline is just one of some bargaining chips used in the geopolitical game between the United States on the one hand while Russia and Germany on the other.
Comment to Warsaw Institute’s latest special report U.S. Permanent Military Base in Poland: Favorable Solution For the NATO Alliance by Krzysztof Kamiński, President of Warsaw Institute.
Special Report “U.S. Permanent Military Base in Poland: Favorable Solution For the NATO Alliance” has been delivered in several hundred copies to leading American politicians, congressmen, senators and opinion leaders. The report aims to promote Polish interests in the area of security, above all the concept of establishing a permanent US base in Poland, proposed by the Polish authorities.
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.