• On June 11th, The Warsaw Security Forum held it's Annual Warsaw Security Forum Ambassadors’ Meeting. The event welcomed over 25 Ambassadors of the EU, NATO and Partner states.

    Published: 12/06/2024
  • n June 6th-7th, the Casimir Pulaski Team will visit Oslo, Norway as part of the NORPOLFACTOR project and a Warsaw Security Forum Advocacy Trip. Representatives of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation (CPF), in collaboration with the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI), will present the findings of a joint report, “NORPOLFACTOR— Polish-Norwegian Perceptions and Interactions.”

    Published: 06/06/2024
  • The aim of the project Norway and Poland as actors in a changing security landscape (NORPOLFACTOR) is to develop enhanced knowledge of the security-related challenges, risks and threats Poland and Norway face in their strategic environment in the aftermath of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022.

    Author: Jakub M. Godzimirski, Tomasz Smura, Ole Martin Stormoen, Damian Szacawa, Kacper Szulecki
    Published: 04/06/2024
  • Despite progress in women's representation at leadership and ministerial levels in the EU, NATO, and UN, gaps remain. Evidence shows that gender imbalance in leadership affects foreign policy and security.

    Published: 29/05/2024
  • The PRC’s Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping has amassed more power than anyone since Mao, but is it a viable model for his nation’s future? He has demolished the leadership model established by Deng Xiaoping, but what has he replaced it with?

    Author: Reuben F. Johnson
    Published: 29/04/2024
  • On 15-17 of April 2024, the Casimir Pulaski Foundation and the Warsaw Security Forum have dispatched an advocacy mission to Washington D.C. to bolster support for the passage of the critical U.S. $60 billion aid package to Ukraine. The senior leadership of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation was joined by three members of national parliaments from Germany, France and Poland.

    Published: 19/04/2024
  • The Head of the National Security Bureau and the Swedish National Security Adviser met in Warsaw: Poland-Sweden Strategic Dialogue Highlights Shared Commitment to Regional Security

    Published: 17/04/2024
  • Last week Warsaw Security Forum organized a high-level delegation to Stockholm, to hold ministerial-level meetings. Their aim was to discuss the security situation in the region and the preparations for this year's edition of the #WSF2024.

    Published: 12/04/2024
  • NATO's 75th birthday celebration unfolds against the grim backdrop of Ukraine's ongoing suffering due to Russian shelling, with Kyiv facing a dwindling supply of defence weapons. This situation has prompted President Zelenskyy to issue his most dire warning yet: his country "will lose the war" if the US aid package is not approved.

    Author: Casimir Pulaski Foundation
    Published: 11/04/2024
  • The existence of the US-Philippine alliance may be regarded as a hitherto effective deterrent against any Chinese attack with direct military force on the Philippines. However, further enhanced cooperation not only with the US but also with Japan is key to warding off Chinese coercion.

    Author: Jakub Witczak
    Published: 10/04/2024
  • On June 11th, The Warsaw Security Forum held it's Annual Warsaw Security Forum Ambassadors’ Meeting. The event welcomed over 25 Ambassadors of the EU, NATO and Partner states.

    Opublikowano: 12/06/2024
  • n June 6th-7th, the Casimir Pulaski Team will visit Oslo, Norway as part of the NORPOLFACTOR project and a Warsaw Security Forum Advocacy Trip. Representatives of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation (CPF), in collaboration with the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI), will present the findings of a joint report, “NORPOLFACTOR— Polish-Norwegian Perceptions and Interactions.”

    Opublikowano: 06/06/2024
  • The aim of the project Norway and Poland as actors in a changing security landscape (NORPOLFACTOR) is to develop enhanced knowledge of the security-related challenges, risks and threats Poland and Norway face in their strategic environment in the aftermath of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022.

    Autor: Jakub M. Godzimirski, Tomasz Smura, Ole Martin Stormoen, Damian Szacawa, Kacper Szulecki
    Opublikowano: 04/06/2024
  • Despite progress in women's representation at leadership and ministerial levels in the EU, NATO, and UN, gaps remain. Evidence shows that gender imbalance in leadership affects foreign policy and security.

    Opublikowano: 29/05/2024
  • The PRC’s Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping has amassed more power than anyone since Mao, but is it a viable model for his nation’s future? He has demolished the leadership model established by Deng Xiaoping, but what has he replaced it with?

    Autor: Reuben F. Johnson
    Opublikowano: 29/04/2024
  • On 15-17 of April 2024, the Casimir Pulaski Foundation and the Warsaw Security Forum have dispatched an advocacy mission to Washington D.C. to bolster support for the passage of the critical U.S. $60 billion aid package to Ukraine. The senior leadership of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation was joined by three members of national parliaments from Germany, France and Poland.

    Opublikowano: 19/04/2024
  • The Head of the National Security Bureau and the Swedish National Security Adviser met in Warsaw: Poland-Sweden Strategic Dialogue Highlights Shared Commitment to Regional Security

    Opublikowano: 17/04/2024
  • Last week Warsaw Security Forum organized a high-level delegation to Stockholm, to hold ministerial-level meetings. Their aim was to discuss the security situation in the region and the preparations for this year's edition of the #WSF2024.

    Opublikowano: 12/04/2024
  • NATO's 75th birthday celebration unfolds against the grim backdrop of Ukraine's ongoing suffering due to Russian shelling, with Kyiv facing a dwindling supply of defence weapons. This situation has prompted President Zelenskyy to issue his most dire warning yet: his country "will lose the war" if the US aid package is not approved.

    Autor: Casimir Pulaski Foundation
    Opublikowano: 11/04/2024
  • The existence of the US-Philippine alliance may be regarded as a hitherto effective deterrent against any Chinese attack with direct military force on the Philippines. However, further enhanced cooperation not only with the US but also with Japan is key to warding off Chinese coercion.

    Autor: Jakub Witczak
    Opublikowano: 10/04/2024