Launched seven years ago, the sub-regional cooperation 16+1 format, aimed at boosting economic partnership between China and its partners in the Balkans and Central and Eastern Europe encounters, has yet been developing with varying degrees of success. So far, countries such as Hungary, Albania, Bosnia, and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia have taken most from the project.
So far, much has been said about the geopolitical and economic importance of the Arctic; it, however, seems that competition over the region has entered upon an entirely new stage. This is mainly because of an ever-increasing pace of climate change, the...
For most of the post-Cold War period, Russia did not avoid cooperating with the North Atlantic Alliance, seeking instead to make NATO change its hitherto character from a military bloc to a typically political alliance.
Setting up a permanent military base would be of large geopolitical importance not only for Poland and its bilateral relations with the U.S. but it would also positively influence the situation in Central and Eastern Europe.
What are the think-tanks, who uses their services and how the Polish forge of ideas operating in Washington may affect the transatlantic policy and the political position of the Polish diaspora. Interview with Izabela Wojtyczka, vice-president of the Warsaw Institute Foundation, the first Polish think-tank operating in the United States.