We are proud to announce that the Road to Warsaw Security Forum: Western Balkans Program has officially concluded! Throughout October and November 2020, 20 opinion leaders from Western Balkans enjoyed a series of e-workshops, webinars and panels promoting EU expansion to the region, as well as discussing the most pressing security issues for the Western Balkans.
The program encompassed four core elements:
An online course for the selected 20 Western Balkan opinion leaders,
An online panel discussion at the Belgrade Security Forum,
An online panel discussion at the Road to Warsaw Security Forum,
A series of concluding publications written by the Participants
You can find the program results – an E-publication with the Participants’ contributions and the Post-conference publication with conclusions and recommendations – here. We invite you to consult these as they both contain input from a new generation of decision-makers with fresh insights and many ideas for their region.
We also invite you to watch the webinars and other online contributions on our YouTube channel. Among them is the panel at the Road to Warsaw Security Forum 2020 on “Strategic Rivalry? The European Union, Russia and China in the Western Balkans”. Finally, check out the panel at the Belgrade Security Forum here where we discuss the “Role of Values in Politics-Oriented Media Narratives.”
The program was organized by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation and co-financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland as part of the “Public diplomacy 2020 – new dimension” grant scheme.
The content of this website and of the publications express only the views of the authors and cannot be equated with the official position of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.