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Jan
20

Warsaw Security Forum in 2022 – save the date!

We are pleased to announce that the Warsaw Security Forum will be organized on 4-5 October 2022. The ninth edition of the Warsaw Security Forum will be co-organized by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation and the German Marshall Fund of the United States and Germany will be the Guest Country. Prof. Katarzyna Pisarska, Warsaw Security Forum Co-Chair (Casimir Pulaski Foundation): We are very much looking forward to organizing the ninth edition of the Forum in October 2022. Even though it is just the beginning of the year, much work has already been done and we want to share the outcomes with the public. We are also immensely grateful to Germany for taking up the […]

By Piotr Wojtas | News
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Dec
20

Coordinator of trainees and volunteers

Casimir Pulaski Foundation (CPF) is looking for a perfectly organized person who, as a Coordinator of trainees and volunteers will be responsible for the overall recruitment and organization of work for unpaid staff. Casimir Pulaski Foundation is a leading Polish think tank specializing in foreign policy and international security. The main area of ​​the Foundation’s activity is to provide analyzes describing and explaining international events, identifying trends in the international environment and containing implementable recommendations and solutions for government decision-makers and the private sector. Casimir Pulaski Foundation is the organizer of the Warsaw Security Forum – annual conference which is a platform for dialogue on international security policy between the […]

By Piotr Wojtas | News
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Dec
07

Warsaw Security Forum Democracy Network – new regional pro-democracy initiative

On Tuesday, Dec 7, the Casimir Pulaski Foundation launched its new initiative. The Warsaw Security Forum Democracy Network will be a platform for Central and Eastern European civil society and expert organizations to discuss and develop joint projects. The WSF Democracy Network is designed to support Casimir Pulaski Foundation’s partners to reach out and inform a broader audience of policy-makers, opinion-shapers, scholars and community leaders about the importance of upholding democratic principles in security policy – particularly in times of security crisis. Prof. Katarzyna Pisarska – the initiator of the Network says: We are aware that the fight for democracy is closely linked with the current political events and civil […]

By Piotr Wojtas | News
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Nov
15

Warsaw Security Forum 2021 in numbers

Almost 1900 participants from 93 countries, 167 Speakers, 20 main-stage formats and 18 roundtables… these are some numbers describing the Warsaw Security Forum 2021. Between October 5-6, Warsaw hosted most prominent heads of states, military representatives and experts in the fields of foreign policy, security and defence, becoming once again the capital of European Security and Freedom. The eighth edition of Warsaw Security Forum focused on fundamental challenges to be addressed by the NATO, the European Union and Eastern Partnership as well as both organizations’ member states. The scope of topics encompassed international relations and cooperation between states as well as security issues putting pressure on security in cyber, energy […]

By Piotr Wojtas | News
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Nov
10

Welcome new WIIS Poland Secretary General!

The Women In International Security (WIIS) Poland Steering Committee is pleased to announce that it has named Prof. Aleksandra Gasztold as its new Secretary General effective December 1, 2021! Outgoing Secretary-General, Patrycja Kubiak, will remain engaged with the organization as its active member responsible for peace-related projects. On November 8, 2021, five out of six members of the WIIS Poland Steering Committee and Zbigniew Pisarski (Chairman, Casimir Pulaski Foundation) met to appoint the new Secretary General, and discuss future projects planned for 2022. The online gathering started with short welcoming remarks delivered by Katarzyna Pisarska, Co-Chair of the Warsaw Security Forum, and a short overview of 2020/2021 activities presented by WIIS members – Kornela Oblińska and Anna Dombek. The Women In International […]

By FKP | News
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Oct
03

REPORT: The V4 towards a new NATO Strategic Concept and the EU Strategic Compass

Dear Readers, 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. The project is aimed at supporting the coordination of the V4 group’s stance on works over […]

By TSM | News . Report . V4 NATO EU
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Sep
30

Alexey Navalny – 2021 Knight of Freedom awardee

Every year the Casimir Pulaski Foundation is presenting The Knight of Freedom award to individuals who have made significant contributions to the promotion of democracy, freedom, and equality worldwide.

By fkp | News
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Sep
06

JOINT STATEMENT BY REPRESENTATIVES OF THE CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS ON THE CALL TO STOP THE NORD STREAM 2 PIPELINE

9 August 2021 – Nord Stream 2 (NS2) is a dangerous and shortsighted decision which preferences the economic interests of a few minority stakeholders over long-term transatlantic security and stability. This unnecessary pipeline sows’ discord in Europe, consolidates Russia’s stranglehold on Europe’s energy supply, and undermines collective efforts to counter Russian aggression. NS2 is economically unnecessary and environmentally destructive. Natural gas demand is projected to decline in Europe, building a new pipeline when excess capacity to import Russian gas already exists makes little sense. The building of the pipeline on sensitive seabed alongside the import of gas from Gazprom, which has a concerning and consistent track record of large methane […]
By fkp | News
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