Financed by Narodowy Instytut Wolności – Centrum Rozwoju Społeczeństwa Obywatelskiego from the funds of Program Rozwoju Organizacji Obywatelskich for the period 2018-2030.
What Really Made the Iraq War Possible? A Constructivist Analysis of the Production of the American National Interest
Main points – The invasion of Iraq should not be seen only as a peculiar and hideous capture of the..read more
On the fairytale maps of geopolitics, China’s strategic activities are already networking India. The Indian subcontinent is planned to be..read more
– Romania’s “extended national security” doctrine pushes the country to align militarily and economically with the West as its response..read more
European strategic autonomy – can Europe go alone? A summary of the discussion held during the Warsaw Security Forum
One of the many discussions held at the Warsaw Security Forum 2020 focused on the possibility for a shift in..read more
Interview with Dr. Rohan Mukherjee, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Yale-NUS College in Singapore, previously Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow..read more
Resisting the storm: India, US, China and the future of Quad. Online-Interview with Dr. Jagannath Panda
Since 2017, we have observed the gradual revival of Quadrilateral Security. How do you assess its current capabilities? How close..read more
Summary: 1. Areas for improvement in the Polish – Austrian relations considering their strong foundations. 2. Continuous growth of economic..read more
The fail of the statehood of Iraq and Syria: can Europe afford itself the role of the passive observer?
Passivity makes Europe lose its influence on situation in its environment. With time, the situation gets worse, because of the..read more
Russian disinformation during the Covid-19 pandemic – how does Moscow attempt to use the coronavirus to pursue its agenda?
Main points: 1. After the collapse of the USSR, Russia became its main successor, though it lost the superpower status..read more
Emmanuel Macron’s pivot to Russia has surprised the geopolitical circle of foreign relations’ specialists, as such a scenario was something..read more
Authors: Aleksander Ksawery OLECH (Institute of New Europe/Instytut Nowej Europy) firstname.lastname@example.org Sylwia GLIWA (CyberDefence24.pl) email@example.com SUMMARY -Disinformation and propaganda activities grew in importance..read more
Institute of New Europe
The Institute of New Europe Foundation is a non-governmental organisation that focuses on carrying out research and analysis in the fields of economy, politics, and, amongst others, legal systems in both the national and international contexts. Our activities are designed to provide substantive support for Poland’s strategic decision-making processes by preparing solutions under the form of postulates and concrete legislative recommendations, as well as participating in the process of their implementation.
Institute of New Europe aims to prepare reports, analyses, comments and proposals for legislative regulations with regards to the most important areas for Poland:
- tax system/taxation system,
- economic regulations,
- new technologies,
- european affairs,
- international relations and security.