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NATO–Russia Relations: The Return of the Enemy

NATO–Russia Relations: The Return of the Enemy

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.

U.S. Permanent Military Base in Poland

U.S. Permanent Military Base in Poland

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.

“We care for the good name of Poland in the U.S.”

“We care for the good name of Poland in the U.S.”

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.

US Basing in Poland and NATO’s Mobility Challenge

US Basing in Poland and NATO’s Mobility Challenge

  DOWNLOAD SPECIAL REPORT (PDF) The center of gravity of NATO has been steadily moving eastward since the end of the Cold War, assuming greater intensity following the invasion of Crimea in February 2014. Poland plays a central role in NATO’s deterrence strategy in...

Permanent U.S. Base: Strengthening NATO‘s Defensive Potential

Permanent U.S. Base: Strengthening NATO‘s Defensive Potential

  DOWNLOAD SPECIAL REPORT (PDF)   Since the beginning of Russia's military aggression against Ukraine and annexation of Crimea in 2014, both geopolitical and security situation remains unchanged. Russia keeps developing its intensive militarization on NATO's eastern...