The Warsaw Institute Review’s (WIR) latest expert debate, titled “Message, fake news and disinformation in public space”, took place on December 3 this year in the Main Auditorium of the Old Library of the University of Warsaw.
EVENTS Data: Geopolitical Dynamics: Private Military Companies – Warsaw Institute Expert Debate At 6 PM Tuesday, 22 October 2019, in Warsaw, experts and the audience gathered to attend an elite debate on private military companies fighting across the...
On Thursday, 17.10.2019, The Warsaw Institute Review (WIR) held a “Strategy Duologues on Geopolitics” meeting at the Residency of the Ambassador of the Swiss Confederation in Warsaw. The ‘Strategy Duologues on Geopolitics’ meeting series, or as colloquially referred to, ‘Strategy Duologues’, or even just ‘Duologues’, is a unique and increasingly recognisable characteristic of WIR.
On Tuesday, 15.10.2019, The Warsaw Institute Review (WIR) held a “Strategy Duologues on Geopolitics” meeting at Embassy of the Republic of Turkey in Warsaw. It comes at a particularly important time, during recent developments pertaining to Turkey’s role in northern Syria.
On Tuesday 22.10.2019 in Warsaw, a leading debate of Warsaw Institute experts will take place examining the role of private military corporations fighting on behalf of world powers.
On 03.10.2019, The Warsaw Institute Review (WIR) hosted the second event in the series “Spotkania z Geopolityką”, which translates to “Meeting with Geopolitics”, with the theme of “USA – EU – Russia Geopolitical Update”.
The international conference “Western Balkans: Infrastructure and Energy From a Geopolitical Perspective” was part of the official program of Poland’s presidency of the Berlin Process and served as a preparatory meeting for the 2019 Western Balkans Summit, which will take place in Poznań.
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.
The cooperation of the Visegrad countries in the field of security in the European arena was the main topic raised during the international conference at the University of Warsaw. The report is based on the analyzes presented during the thematic panels.
The Warsaw Institute on October 16-17 organized workshops and a roundtable as a part of project Disinformation in practice – identifying, researching and fighting harmful narratives in Georgia.
On September 10, 2018, Warsaw Institute in cooperation with the International Visegrad Fund and think tanks from Central and Eastern Europe organized an international conference.