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Launch of the Warsaw Security Forum High-Level Working Groups

  • Published: May 10, 2023

The Warsaw Security Forum has launched the work of the WSF High-Level Expert Groups, which provide international expertise in three key areas important to the conference programming: foreign policy, defence and state resilience (including cybersecurity and energy).

Composed of 40 high-level international security experts and decision-makers, since February 2023 the groups have been working together in the realization of a research project entitled: “Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as a New Center of Gravity: (Wartime) Reordering of Transatlantic Security”  (#NewCEEnter) . The project covers three thematic areas:

  • (Foreign Policy) Ensuring Better Regional Stability by Protecting a Rules-Based Order

  • (Defense) Europe at War. Strengthening European Defense Capabilities – the role of CEE

  • (State Resilience) Making CEE Societies Fit For an Age of Digital and Energy Security Disruptions

The results of the work will be incorporated into the “2023 Warsaw Security Forum Annual Report”, as well as reflected in the programming of the conference. The group chairs and experts will have an opportunity to present their findings at the WSF2023 scheduled for 3-4 October.

To see the full composition of the WSF high-level working groups check out our website: HERE





September 22nd, 2023|News|

For over half a year, nearly 30 internationally recognized experts and policymakers in foreign policy, defense, energy and cybersecurity, supported by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation’s team, have been working on the development of the report.

WSF2023 Town Hall Conversation

September 14th, 2023|News|

The Warsaw Security Forum (WSF) and SGH Warsaw School of Economics are delighted to invite you to the WSF2023 Town Hall Conversation, entitled "A Soldier-Spymaster meets the EU Baroness. War and Diplomacy in Contemporary Europe". Scheduled to take place on 2 October 2023 (15:00-16:30) on the SGH campus (Main Auditorium, Building G, I floor).

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