Kazakhstan: An “Inhuman Land” Increasingly Human

Kazakhstan: An “Inhuman Land” Increasingly Human

THE WARSAW INSTITUTE REVIEW Date: 12 March 2018    Author: Piotr Kościński Kazakhstan: An “Inhuman Land” Increasingly Human When in 1936, Poles from Soviet Ukraine, and later from the areas of eastern Poland seized by the USSR during World War II, were deported to...
The Polish Economy – Challenges and Outlook

The Polish Economy – Challenges and Outlook

THE WARSAW INSTITUTE REVIEW Date: 12 March 2018    Author: Cezary Kaźmierczak The Polish Economy – Challenges and Outlook The economy is inseparable from politics. All market participants, both entrepreneurs and consumers, function within strictly defined legal...
The Race that Started in Dreams

The Race that Started in Dreams

THE WARSAW INSTITUTE REVIEW Date: 12 March 2018    Author: Czesław Lang The Race that Started in Dreams “We would like to present a proposal for you to write something for our journal The Warsaw Institute Review, in which you will explain the Tour de Pologne (Tour of...
American Relief and Poland’s Independence

American Relief and Poland’s Independence

THE WARSAW INSTITUTE REVIEW Date: 12 March 2018    Author: Nicholas Siekierski American Relief and Poland’s Independence Later this year, Poland will celebrate its centenary of regaining independence on November 11, 1918. There will surely be many speeches...
Polish energy security – seminar in India

Polish energy security – seminar in India

NEWS Date: 19 December 2017 Polish energy security – seminar in India At the invitation of the Polish Institute in New Delhi, President of the Warsaw Institute has given a lecture about Poland’s Energy Security Policy, with a particular focus on natural gas. It was...
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