THE WARSAW INSTITUTE REVIEW / ISSUES / no. 1/2017
The Polish economy, destroyed by communism, for years did not have suitable conditions to function on the basis of its own technology. Today, thanks to the fourth industrial revolution, Poland has a historical opportunity to build its own new brand in the world markets
The energy sector should rely on the country’s own raw materials and technological resources and at the same time support the country’s overall economic and industrial policy.
The victory of the conservatives of Jarosław Kaczyński’s party in 2015 in Poland signaled Warsaw’s retreat from the pro-Russian energy policy of 2007-2015, carried out by the liberals of Donald Tusk’s party.
What characterizes the most dynamic and often the richest economies in the world?
Did you know that almost every passenger aircraft in the world is equipped with at least one part manufactured in Poland?
Poland is in the midst of a wide-ranging process of modernizing its armed forces, on which it will spend around $15 billion by 2022. In particular, much of these funds will be allocated to the purchase of equipment and technology from abroad.
Europe risks falling behind in developing the disruptive technologies of the future – not only behind the United States, but increasingly behind China and other Asian countries.
In its 12 years of operation, the Warsaw Uprising Museum has organized hundreds of concerts, lectures and workshops.
Tremendous advances in computer technology, huge storage capabilities, and fast communications in computer networks, enable the application of sophisticated statistical methods for knowledge discovery from within data warehouses.
The delicate position of Germany in the post–Cold War global order rested upon the art of diplomacy. Abiding by the warnings of Otto von Bismarck, German politicians sought for their country to have better relations with foreign powers than among themselves.