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Bilateral and Multilateral Cooperation between Hungary and Poland – interview with the Hungarian Ambassador to the Republic of Poland, Mrs. Orsolya Zsuzsanna Kovács

Bilateral and Multilateral Cooperation between Hungary and Poland – interview with the Hungarian Ambassador to the Republic of Poland, Mrs. Orsolya Zsuzsanna Kovács

On May 12, 2021, the Warsaw Institute think-tank, together with the The Warsaw Institute Review quarterly, had the honor of hosting another online event from the Diplomacy Talks Series. The title of the discussion, moderated by the president of the Warsaw Institute, Tomasz Kijewski, was “Bilateral and multilateral cooperation between Hungary and Poland”. Ambassador Orsolya Zsuzsanna Kovács presented her personal ties with Poland as well as historical and contemporary Polish-Hungarian cooperation.

Event Summary: History of the Church in Ćwiklice

Event Summary: History of the Church in Ćwiklice

On April 27, 2021, the Warsaw Institute and the Warsaw Institute Review held an online lecture. The event “The History of the Church in Ćwiklice” was held as part of the program Young Independent – The Centenary of Poland Regaining Independence. The speakers were Marian Małecki, a professor of the Jagiellonian University and specialist in the history of political system and law, and Fr Sylwester Suchoń, the parish priest of the St. Martin of Tours Church in Ćwiklice.

Event Summary: NATO in the 21st Century

Event Summary: NATO in the 21st Century

On April 26, 2021, the think-tank Warsaw Institute had the honor of organizing the Internet event ” NATO in the 21st century: Preparing the Alliance for the challenges of today and tomorrow” which concerned updating the challenges posed by NATO in the 21st century. The guest of Tomasz Kijewski, President of the Warsaw Institute, was Daniel Kochis, Senior Policy Analyst in European Affairs, The Heritage Foundation.

BREXIT, Polish-British cooperation and Polish diaspora in Great Britain – interview with the Polish Ambassador to Great Britain and Northern Ireland

BREXIT, Polish-British cooperation and Polish diaspora in Great Britain – interview with the Polish Ambassador to Great Britain and Northern Ireland

On April 14, 2021, the Warsaw Institute think tank, together with The Warsaw Institute Review quarterly, had the honor of hosting another online event from the Diplomacy Talks Series. The title of the discussion, moderated by the president of the Warsaw Institute, Tomasz Kijewski, was “BREXIT and its importance for Europe and the Polish diaspora in Great Britain and Northern Ireland”. Ambassador dr hab. Arkady Rzegocki presented his assessment of the impact of BREXIT on the cooperation of Great Britain with Poland, the European Union and the region of Central and Eastern Europe.

$2TN in government spending into US infrastructure

$2TN in government spending into US infrastructure

Joe Biden’s plan to introduce the biggest tax increase in American history. This taxation could be a gift to China and many other countries that will offer a competitive deal to entrepreneurs and the American upper class

The Fidesz’s EPP-exit and what does it mean in the bigger picture?

The Fidesz’s EPP-exit and what does it mean in the bigger picture?

The Fidesz’s EPP-exit and what does it mean in the bigger picture? ‘It’s time to say goodbye’ – this was the announcement appearing on the Facebook-page of Katalin Novák, the Hungarian government party's, Fidesz’s Minister of Family Affairs, on 18th...

Warsaw Institute’s expert interview for Poland In

Warsaw Institute’s expert interview for Poland In

The difficult situation of the Belarusian opposition after last year’s presidential elections and the lack of trust in the regime among Belarusian society were discussed in an interview with the Warsaw Institute’s expert Jakub Lachert for Poland In.

The Nord Stream 2 and energy security in Central Europe

The Nord Stream 2 and energy security in Central Europe

“We support the approach that does not aim at sanctioning anyone but rather to level the playing field across energy suppliers in Europe,” Tomasz Kijewski, President of the Warsaw Institute tells CEENERGYNEWS, adding that true opposition to Nord Stream 2 is not about anti-Russian policy but it is a fight for fairness and competition on the European energy market.

Event Summary: Transatlantic Relations in the Biden Era

Event Summary: Transatlantic Relations in the Biden Era

On 2 March 2021, Warsaw Institute think-tank co-hosted an online event with the American Affairs Journal. The discussion focussed on updating the stance of Poland, Europe, and the United States on their prospects for political and economic cooperation.

The state of transatlantic relations – prospects for 2021 | Summary

The state of transatlantic relations – prospects for 2021 | Summary

The risk of the financial crisis, energy security and Nord Stream 2, Polish-Canadian trade exchange, Poland’s image abroad and economic development after COVID-19 were among the topics discussed during the conversation with the Polish Ambassador to Canada, Dr. Andrzej Kurnicki.

Warsaw Institute’s President’s speech for the Poland In program

Warsaw Institute’s President’s speech for the Poland In program

The last NATO summit in Brussels and the Alliance’s defense strategy against disinformation and hybrid threats were the subject of the speech by the President of the Warsaw Institute Foundation, Tomasz Kijewski, in the World News Guest program broadcasted by the English-language public television Poland In.

“Operation Borrell”: Russian Triumph, European Humiliation

“Operation Borrell”: Russian Triumph, European Humiliation

Josep Borrell, the EU’s high representative for foreign affairs, made a horrible mistake, viewed as absolutely unacceptable in diplomacy. His decision to go ahead with the trip to Russia as planned outraged many while what he said and what he did not in Moscow was an even bigger disgrace for the bloc’s top diplomat.

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