ROAD TO WSF 2017: Polish comprehensive approach towards security

2017-05-30T09:35:18+01:00

The author: Gen. Bogusław Pacek, Advisor to NATO for the reform of the military education system of Ukraine It often happens that in the execution of state security policy, the civilian and military structures function as separate worlds. The emergence of the concept of comprehensive approach changed this situation and as a result, the [...]

ROAD TO WSF 2017: Polish comprehensive approach towards security2017-05-30T09:35:18+01:00

Transatlantic Security System Has to Be Revisited

2016-10-19T08:55:11+01:00

The polycentric post-Cold-War system is over. The crisis and conflict developments  between Russia and Western democracies over the future of Ukraine demonstrate the urgent necessity to redefine the set of rules shaping post-Cold-War system. There is no need to create a new institution but to do something much more difficult. Namely, the North Atlantic Alliance [...]

Transatlantic Security System Has to Be Revisited2016-10-19T08:55:11+01:00

Security, economic growth and the middle income trap

2016-10-19T08:55:13+01:00

Security in the 21st century is not restricted solely to the military and foreign policy realm, but it has many facets. Security certainly relates also to economic growth, innovation and progress, to the avoidance of stagnation and the provision of an adequate quality of life for today's and tomorrow's generations. To ensure that individuals feel [...]

Security, economic growth and the middle income trap2016-10-19T08:55:13+01:00

The Hungarian presidency of the Visegrad Cooperation – for a stronger defence cooperation in Central Europe

2016-10-19T08:55:17+01:00

Today countries of the Visegrad Cooperation (V4 - Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) are facing a twofold pressure. On the one hand, the negative consequences of the economic crisis still have dramatic impacts on the defence expenditures of three of the V4 countries; on the other hand, the amortization of military equipment urges defence [...]

The Hungarian presidency of the Visegrad Cooperation – for a stronger defence cooperation in Central Europe2016-10-19T08:55:17+01:00

The need for strategic empowerment of the European Union in the field of security

2016-10-19T08:55:24+01:00

The need for strategic empowerment of the European Union in the field of security The Russian-Ukrainian conflict has become a big test for the security system in the Euro-Atlantic area. We would not start the European Security Strategy (2003) today with the words: “ Europe has never been so prosperous, so secure nor so free.” [...]

The need for strategic empowerment of the European Union in the field of security2016-10-19T08:55:24+01:00

Discussion on the Visegrad Group after Crimean crisis

2016-10-19T08:55:25+01:00

On June 13, 2014, the Casimir Pulaski Foundation held a conference entitled “European Security after Crimea: a V4 Perspective”, which was organized jointly with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) and the International Visegrad Fund within the “Central European Perspective. Integration Achievements and Challenges of the V4 States after 10 years in the EU” [...]

Discussion on the Visegrad Group after Crimean crisis2016-10-19T08:55:25+01:00

2014-02-10T09:47:26+01:00

Road to WSF2014 is a project accompanying the international conference Warsaw Security Forum 2014. It is a collection of analyses from the Forum’s  Program Council as well as globally renown security experts focusing on regional security challenges and opportunities. Issued in the printed form, it will be distributed to the public administration, participants of the [...]

2014-02-10T09:47:26+01:00
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