Warsaw Security Forum (#Road2WSF) 17th-18th of November 2020 

The Road to Warsaw Security Forum (#Road2WSF) was a transatlantic online conference, which took place on the 17th and 18th of November 2020 in preparation to the annual Warsaw Security Forum scheduled for June 2021. The event featured over 40 speakers who engaged in three ministerial conversations, two high-level discussions, three conversations with special guests, and a number of expert webinars on the most important security challenges to transatlantic unity and liberal democracy. The Road2WSF gathered over 1000 registered online participants from 40 countries, among others ministers of foreign affairs and defence, personalities of international and non-governmental organizations, and leading security experts. A selected group of 200 young Transatlantic Leaders, representing “unheard voices” in the security debate […]

PULASKI POLICY PAPER – P. Przybyło: The last oil peak in the history of the world – geopolitical, sociological, and economic factors that shape the future of the Energy sector

Pulaski Policy Paper no 11, 2020, November 27,  2020 Current global energy consumption forecasts indicate that although renewables are set to expand by 50% between 2020 and 2025, they will not fully replace fossil fuels in our lifetimes. However, if recent geopolitical, economical, and sociological factors are taken into account, this prediction becomes obsolete. The world is about to enter a period of rapid energy transformation. At the end of 2019, modern renewable energy (excluding the traditional use of biomass) accounted for an estimated 11% of the total final energy consumption (TFEC) globally. The highest share of renewable energy use (26.4%) was in electrical uses excluding heating, cooling and transport. […]

#Road2WSF: Virtual Conference – Join us on 17-18 November 2020!

Join us this fall for a transatlantic virtual conference “Road to Warsaw Security Forum” (#Road2WSF), scheduled to take place online on the 17th and 18th of November 2020. The event will feature a number of high-level online conversations and one-hour virtual panel discussions on the most important security challenges to transatlantic unity and liberal democracy. It will gather, among others, ministers of foreign affairs and defense, personalities of international and non-governmental organizations, and leading security experts, as well as 200 young Transatlantic Leaders. The event is organized by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation and the German Marshall Fund of the United States, in strategic partnership with NATO and the National Security […]

Panel Discussion: How to Bridge the EU’s East-West Divide after COVID-19?

On 30th September 2020 the Casimir Pulaski Foundation participated in a debate co-organized by our partner, Carnegie Europe, titled “How to Bridge the EU’s East-West Divide after COVID-19”. The discussion focused on the main issues dividing Central and Eastern European countries from Western European countries and the possible ways to unite all EU member states. The discussion was moderated by Stefan Lehne, a Scholar at Carnegie Europe. Katarzyna Pisarska, Program Director of the Warsaw Security Forum, and Márton Ugrósdy, Director of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) in Budapest, both took part in the online event. The debate started with a brief overview of the current divisive issues […]

Casimir Pulaski Foundation is a partner of the NATO Youth Delegate of Poland Programme!

We are happy to announce that the Casimir Pulaski Foundation has become a partner of the NATO Youth Delegate of Poland Programme. The NATO Youth Delegate of Poland Programme is the first in the world initiative of its kind, which was launched by the Polish Forum of Young Diplomats, which aimes to educate Polish youth in the field of security and defense, NATO structures, missions, and Poland’s activities within the Alliance. The Foundation has offered the Youth Delegate: a participation the Warsaw Security Forum, meeting with the New Security Leaders programme’s participants, help with development of the initiative abroad support of the Foundation’s experts and promotion in the Foundation’s social media […]

Online Internship Opportunities at the Casimir Pulaski Foundation

The Casimir Pulaski Foundation is offering a range of online internship opportunities which will provide an all-encompassing insight into the workings of Poland’s leading foreign policy and national security think-tank. Despite the challenges presented by COVID-19, you can still make an impact and contribute to the Casimir Pulaski Foundation. Krzysztof, a student of International Relations at the University of Warsaw, recently completed an online internship at the Casimir Pulaski Foundation: “The internship, which I did in July and August, was a great opportunity for me to learn about the functioning of one of the best think tanks in Poland. During discussions with experts and managing social media, I developed soft […]

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 […]

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INTERNSHIP

The Casimir Pulaski Foundation (CPF) offers unpaid internships at its Warsaw office. Internships last from 5 to 12 weeks and require at least 20 hours per week. Each intern will have an assigned supervisor. The internship may be performed remotely (online). Interns will have the opportunity to participate for free in some events organized by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation and its sister foundation - the European Academy of Diplomacy. At the end of the internship, the intern will be awarded an internship completion certificate and, in the case of especially successful cooperation, a recommendation letter. Examples of the CPF intern tasks: Providing support to the Foundation’s regular/standing projects, such as […]

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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.

The Casimir Pulaski Foundation-Lithuanian Riflemen’s Union meeting in Warsaw

On July 2, 2020, the Casimir Pulaski Foundation’s representatives attended a meeting with the Lithuanian delegation from Kaunas. The gathering aimed at discussing the partnership between CPF and the Lithuanian Riflemen’s Union. The institutions’ cooperation is a part of #RoadToWSF. The participants were: Mr. Zbigniew Pisarski – Chairman of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation H.E. Eduardas Borisovas – Ambassador of Lithuania to Poland Ms. Neringa Majauskaite – Minister Plenipotentiary, Deputy Head of the Diplomatic Representation. Embassy of Lithuania to Poland Ms. Paulina Gomulak – Executive Director of Warsaw Security Forum dr Tomasz Smura – Director of the CPF Research Office Mr. Egidijus Papečkys – Lithuanian Riflemen’s Union expert, security specialist Mr. […]