In November 2020, the United States will elect a president. This is a significant event not only for America and the Americans themselves, but also for the whole world.
What exactly is connectivity? Is it just one of those trendy, abstract buzzwords that pop up from time to time and then, just as suddenly, fade away into the dusty archives of social science? Or does it deserve a distinct category in discussions on international politics? And how to capture the essence of such a complex topic and make it commonly understandable?
“The protests in Belarus are a phenomenon – their strength lies in a public anger, not a political vision”
The Warsaw Institute Review talks about the nature of the protests, the attitude of the Belarusian authorities and the geopolitical future of Belarus with Piotr Żochowski, an analyst of internal security in Eastern Europe at the Center for Eastern Studies.
The Warsaw Institute asked the Ambassadors of both Armenia and Azerbaijan in Poland to presents their view points and supporting arguments regarding the recent conflict and the events leading up to it. With that being said we are proud to present to you the interview with HE Hasan Hasanov of Azerbaijan.
INTERVIEW Date: Economic Patriotism as a Tool for Boosting Silesia-based Businesses Recent years have brought a tilt towards economic patriotism – a theory evoked to justify consumer choices – as part of Poland’s ongoing development efforts. Within...
The Warsaw Institute asked the Ambassadors of both Armenia and Azerbaijan in Poland to presents their view points and supporting arguments regarding the recent conflict and the events leading up to it. With that being said we are proud to present to you the interview with HE Samvel Mkrtchian of Armenia, which will soon be followed by a similar conversation with HE Hasan Hasanov of Azerbaijan.
Poland’s relations with the United States have strengthened considerably in recent years thanks to our cooperation in the fields of energy, security and defense. This article presents some of the most important issues that Warsaw and Washington have faced together over the past four years.
The U.N. disarmament chief reported during Security Council meeting on 22 of May that “cybercrime is on the rise, with a 600% increase in malicious emails during the current crisis”.
In an interview, Maciej Jastrzębski, a Moscow-based foreign news correspondent of the Polish Radio, discusses the current affairs in Russia and the whole context of the country’s activities worldwide.
Marek Dietl, President of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, is talking about the condition of world trade and the strategies of different countries to unfreeze their economies. He is also describing mechanisms these countries apply to save them, as well as the condition of the Polish stock exchange and world exchanges.
With more than 150,000 confirmed cases, France and Germany are among the world’s top five largest coronavirus outbreaks. Yet French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are pursuing two drastically different policies.
The coronavirus in Argentina – tight restrictions, international debt, one of the most difficult periods in the state’s history
Argentina, until recently a country whose third largest national minority were Poles, is struggling not only with a crisis caused by the pandemic, but also with the already present economic crisis.
Israel during the pandemic: Less contentious dialogue with the Palestinians than with the Opposition
Although Israel has relatively recently already seen three Knesset elections, the future of the emergency unity government remains questionable. The controversial Netanyahu-Gantz agreement maintains the current Prime Minister in the office, however, the Supreme Court decision might still potentially loosen Benjamin Netanyahu’s grip on power, taking into account his three corruption indictments.
Romania is a country with almost 20 million citizens and, after Poland, the second largest member of the B9 group, as well as a crucial strategic point for NATO’s Eastern Flank.