CEPA Executive Vice President Marcin Zaborowski discusses Polish foreign policy under the newly elected president Andrzej Duda with The Associated Press.
CEPA's A. Wess Mitchell and Jakub Grygiel argue that Europe must rearm and defend itself to cope with a new military threat in their article "Limited War Is Back."
Radio and Television of Montenegro republished Janusz Bugajski's latest column for Europe's Edge entitled "West Legitimizes Ukraine's Division."
CEPA Senior Vice President Edward Lucas argues in The Wall Steet Journal that while Vladimir Putin has replaced Russian institutions with one-man rule and treats criticism as treason, it could get even worse.
CEPA's President A. Wess Mitchell argues that American rivals’ introduction of limited-war techniques poses challenges for traditional U.S. extended deterrence methods rooted in retaliation and make the case for incorporating deterrence-by-denial strategies into U.S. defense planning with frontline allies like Poland.
CEPA's Anne Applebaum and Edward Lucas analyze Russia's information warfare in an article republished by Newsweek.
Voice of America Russian covers CEPA's “Winning the New Information War in Europe's East" roundtable discussion with Senior Adjunct Fellow Anne Applebaum. (In Russian)
Senior Adjunct Fellow Anne Applebaum spoke with Current Time after CEPA's roundtable discussion entitled “Winning the New Information War in Europe's East.” (In Russian, interview starts at 16:55)
CEPA Senior Adjunct Fellow Anne Applebaum joins Voice of America Ukraine to discuss solutions for the new information war in Europe's East. (In Ukrainian)