• The battle for Bakhmut continues. Ukrainian forces have launched a series of counter offensives in the Bakhmut area.

    Autor: FKP
    Opublikowano: 19/05/2023
  • Although defense cooperation with Taiwan (Republic of China) is difficult, as it is burdened with numerous risks, there are several areas that can be developed.

    Autor: Robert Czulda
    Opublikowano: 19/04/2023
  • In a recent development a number of senior UK defence industry officials arrived in Kyiv to discuss plans for a joint venture between the two countries.

    Autor: Sebastian Czub
    Opublikowano: 22/02/2023
  • Most of us remember vividly the 11th September, 2001 – it was the day that changed many peoples’ lives and forced countries and international institutions to adapt their way of life, their priorities and strategies.

    Autor: Robert Pszczel
    Opublikowano: 18/02/2023
  • Recently Tokyo announced three key security-related documents, which – if implemented – would deeply change Japan’s military capabilities and its position in a geostrategic landscape of Asia.

    Autor: Robert Czulda
    Opublikowano: 06/02/2023
  • It has been eleven months since the start of the Russian large-scale invasion of Ukraine. The almost year long period of open warfare has taken its toll on the armed forces of both sides.

    Autor: Sebastian Czub
    Opublikowano: 02/02/2023
  • In March 2022 the Ukrainian government estimated that up to 20 000 individuals applied to join that country’s “International Legion.”

    Autor: Kacper Rekawek
    Opublikowano: 01/02/2023
  • It has been nine months since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. During this time an unprecedented number of battles and engagements could have been observed.

    Autor: Sebastian Czub
    Opublikowano: 06/12/2022
  • Pulaski Policy Paper no 25, November 11 2022 In October […]

    Autor: Tomasz Smura
    Opublikowano: 14/11/2022
  • Press reports, circulating in October 2022, about the Russian use of weapons obtained from Iran were, on the one hand, perceived as a sensation and a surprise.

    Autor: Robert Czulda
    Opublikowano: 04/11/2022
  • Since its commencement in February 2022, the Russo-Ukrainian war has posed what some deem the most severe challenge to Europe since the Yugoslav War of the 1990s. Alongside diminishing security levels, Europe has seen the onset of a humanitarian disaster which continues to disproportionately affect Ukrainian women and girls.

    Autor: Gabriela Rudnik
    Opublikowano: 20/10/2022
  • The recent ceremony at the Kremlin when V. Putin announced annexation of four Ukrainian regions was as futile as it was emblematic of the current state of affairs in Moscow.

    Autor: Miłosz J. Cordes
    Opublikowano: 14/10/2022
  • Recent expansion of terrorism and the political-military destabilisation indicate a breakdown in the security structure of the Sahel region, even though we can hardly name it a structure.

    Autor: Dominika Kulig
    Opublikowano: 14/10/2022
  • Latest clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan are part of the protracted conflict between these two countries. Though the main reason of it is the status of Artsakh, it also concerns Syunik province and never demarcated border between these two countries.

    Autor: Witold Repetowicz
    Opublikowano: 10/10/2022
  • Started on 24 February 2022, Russian invasion ended a “hybrid” period of armed aggression against Ukraine’s independence, democracy and policy of integration with EU and NATO.

    Autor: P. Burkovskyi, O. Haran
    Opublikowano: 11/08/2022
  • The maritime environment has invariably remained a key facilitator in all kinds of globalisation processes for hundreds of years. Humanity has entered a new level of development of socio-cultural, economic, political and military relations because of the possibility of efficient use of waterways.

    Autor: Tomasz Smura and Michal Oleksiejuk
    Opublikowano: 18/07/2022
  • The North Atlantic Treaty is like the constitution of an organisation, inviolable and containing more universal and indisputable content.

    Autor: Andrzej Fałkowski
    Opublikowano: 14/07/2022
  • Pulaski Policy Paper no 5, 2022, March 10 2022 The […]

    Autor: Tomasz Otłowski, Senior Fellow at the Security and Defense Programme of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation
    Opublikowano: 10/03/2022
  • The Ukrainian authorities, however, clearly indicate that the Russian air superiority is the main problem in their defence campaign, which is well reflected in attacks on defence positions as well as civilian facilities in the defended Ukrainian cities. Hence, the Ukrainian authorities are calling for the establishment of a no-fly zone over Ukraine.

    Autor: Dr. Tomasz Smura
    Opublikowano: 09/03/2022
  • On 24 February this year, the Russian Federation, after a phase of increased political-military pressure lasting several months, launched military aggression against Ukraine. After the fourth day of Russian offensive actions there are already clear conclusions as to the probable plans and military objectives of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.

    Autor: PhD Tomasz Smura
    Opublikowano: 28/02/2022
  • “Comrades – we have been standing on the edge of a precipice. I am glad to say that we have made a great step forward”. This pun from a sketch performed by the Cracow-based cabaret in 1960s was mocking the absurdity of inept propaganda of the Polish communist rulers at the time.

    Autor: Robert Pszczel
    Opublikowano: 21/02/2022
  • NATO was founded as an organisation bringing together twelve countries, eleven of which had direct access to the sea, most of which being strongly sea-oriented. This maritime orientation is, with the North Atlantic as its geographical centre, also reflected in the alliance’s name (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation). However, over time (mainly after the end of the Cold War), its structure has changed significantly with the welcoming of numerous countries from Central and Eastern Europe. Still, not least due to its transatlantic nature, large parts of the Alliance’s activities remain focused on the maritime domain.

    Opublikowano: 04/02/2022
  • Russia has conducted Zapad-2021, the latest instalment of its quadrennial joint military exercises with the Republic of Belarus. They lasted from the 10th until the 16th of September 2021. A large part of the exercise took place on the territory of Belarus, requiring a significant number of Russian military units to be transported into the former Soviet republic, where they carried out the various manoeuvres that the Zapad-2021 set of operational objectives required from them.

    Autor: Reuben F. Johnson
    Opublikowano: 04/11/2021
  • We, the representatives of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation, the Antall József Knowledge Centre, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and  the Slovak Security Policy Institute; have the privilege of presenting to you a special report, wtitten by sixteen   senior defence experts and entitled “The V4 towards a new NATO Strategic Concept and the EU Strategic Compass”. The document is a summaryof  a broader project entitled: “Returning to the roots of the Visegrad cooperation – coordinating V4 strategy towards NATO Strategic Concept and European defence autonomy” that is supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

    Autor: The Casimir Pulaski Foundation, The Antall József Knowledge, Centre EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, The Slovak Security Policy Institute
    Opublikowano: 03/10/2021
  • Autor: M. Oleksiejuk
    Opublikowano: 28/07/2021