On Thursday, May 19, the International Advisory Council met online to further the Warsaw Security Forum program development. Baroness Catherine Ashton, General David Petraeus, Minister Norbert Roettgen, Minister Linas Linkevicius, Minister Jacek Czaputowicz, Hanna Hopko and the WSF organizing committee discussed the agenda of the upcoming ninth edition of the Warsaw Security Forum in light [...]
Europe and the entire transatlantic community woke up on February 24 2022 in a new reality. Law-based world order was in shambles and gruesome pictures of Ukraine being invaded by Russian aggressors left us with a sense of disbelief. Only a few months earlier, in October 2021, we hosted Olha Stefanishyna, Hanna Hopko, Daria Kaleniuk [...]
The Casimir Pulaski Foundation is focusing now 100% of its effort on aiding our key partners in Ukraine and organizing support for Ukrainian human rights activists. We have opened dedicated bank accounts you can use to donate your funds to support us in helping Ukraine. List of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation bank accounts dedicated [...]
The lives of millions of Ukrainians are at stake, and any delay may cost dear price. If the Russian Federation is not stopped by the severest sanctions now, a disastrous war will erupt in one of the biggest countries of Europe with the potential to spill over into NATO countries and grow into a large-scale [...]
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.
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 [...]