The Warsaw Office serves as a hub for the Atlantic Council’s work advancing transatlantic cooperation, raising Central European voices in the European conversation, and supporting Ukraine’s resistance against Russia’s invasion as well as expanding its impact on urgent challenges and promising opportunities facing the transatlantic community and NATO alliance. The Warsaw Office builds on more than a decade of programming and presence in Poland, including major annual strategy forums and deep engagement with leaders in Poland and the United States.
The Warsaw Office furthers the mission of the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center, which seeks to drive an ambitious, forward-looking transatlantic relationship, in cooperation with Polish partners, and continues an Atlantic Council presence in Warsaw since 2013.
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Issue Brief Jul 16, 2021
Poland and the United States: What’s right, what’s not, and what’s next
By Daniel Fried, Jakub Wiśniewski
Around the time of President Joe Biden’s first trip to Europe in June 2021, US-Polish relations experienced a short, but intense, rough patch. Both the United States and Poland need to look hard at what this relationship can do for both countries and for the transatlantic relationship, and at the sources of problems.
Transcript May 6, 2021
Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki on the COVID comeback, the Three Seas Initiative, and where the US is falling short
By Atlantic Council
The Polish leader joined the Atlantic Council’s EU-US Future Forum to discuss ways to improve the transatlantic relationship, and the challenges and opportunities in Central Europe.