Seminar: International programs in the aviation sector as a source of innovation and economic development
On January 21, 2021. Casimir Pulaski Foundation organised an online seminar titled “International programs in the aviation sector as a source of innovation and economic development”. The seminar covered international cooperation in aerospace sector ans well as innovations coming from such cooperation and their impact for the whole economy. The event was held under the patronage of the Italian and British embassies in Warsaw.
Representatives from the CPF at the MSPO 2020
Representatives from the Casimir Pulaski Foundation and the Warsaw Security Forum attended MSPO 2020 in Kielce which saw the UK as the Lead Nation and was successfully held despite COVID-19 pandemic. The MSPO consists of various business meetings and negotiations among companies in the military and defence industry from all over the world. Numerous contracts are signed during the exhibition, therefore the MSPO is a representation of international cooperation in the field of defence and security. The Expo in Kielce is also the third largest exhibition in Europe after the Paris and London trade fairs. This year’s exhibition saw 185 companies from 15 countries participating at Targi Kielce. The Exhibitions […]
CPF hosted German MoD Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer in Warsaw
Mrs. Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, the Defence Minister of the Federal Republic of Germany was a special guest of a discussion: ‘Challenges for European Security and Defence.’ The event was organized by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation (CPF) and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS). The event was part of the “Road to Warsaw Security Forum 2020” discussion series.
“NATO is looking into the future” says Jamie Shea, NATO security expert
Dr. Jamie Shea, an international public servant and a member of the International Staff of NATO took part in the 16th edition of the Academy of Young Diplomats. The event was organized by the European Academy of Diplomacy and the Casimir Pulaski Foundation and supported by NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division.
Gen. Fałkowski at the North Atlantic Council and the Defense Reform Advisory Board of Ukraine meeting
The Casimir Pulaski Foundation expert, Lt. Gen (Ret.) Andrzej Fałkowski represented Poland and provided his expertise at the meeting of the North Atlantic Council and the Defense Reform Advisory Board of Ukraine on February 4, 2020.
General Andrzej Fałkowski joins the Casimir Pulaski Foundation as an expert
We have the pleasure to announce that General Andrzej Fałkowski joined the Casimir Pulaski Foundation as a Senior Fellow. Andrzej Fałkowski is a Lieutenant General (Ret.) and Doctor of Economics. He is a Former Polish Military Representative to NATO and the EU Military Committees in Brussels, Deputy Chief of General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces (DCHoD), Defence, Military, Naval and Air Attaché in Washington D.C., Director of the Logistics and Resources Division of the NATO International Military Staff in Brussels, Director of the MoD Budget Department as well as Deputy Chief of General Directorate of Strategic Planning (J-5) in the General Staff of the PAF.
PULASKI COMMENTARY: Hungary’s policy of non-engagement in the armed conflict in Ukraine – what is the rationale behind this? (Ihor Havrylyuk)
After Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24th, 2022, Hungary has been one of the few members of the Euro-Atlantic community that took a cautious stance in regard to providing Ukraine with political and material support. Budapest’s decision not to send its own lethal weapons to Kyiv and not to allow partners to transport military aid through its own territory has been widely perceived as a breach of the Euro-Atlantic unity and has come under criticism even by the regional partners from the Visegrád Group (V4). On July 19th, 2022, Levente Magyar, Hungarian Deputy Foreign Minister, officially communicated Hungary’s readiness to allow all aid heading to Ukraine, […]