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OSW Report | | Konrad Popławski, Sandra Baniak
The twentieth anniversary of Central Europe’s accession to the EU should not only be an occasion to celebrate the region’s
OSW Report | | OSWs Russian Department, Andrzej Wilk
The Putin regime remains stable, but this state of affairs is fragile. The Kremlin has toughened its neo-totalitarian course in domestic policy, its propaganda and government officials depict war as the natural state for both society and…
OSW Report | | Konrad Popławski, Sandra Baniak, Adam Michalski, Marcin Popławski
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which has now been ongoing for almost two years, is not only leading to significant political re-evaluations, but is also bringing with it significant transformations in Eurasian transport routes. One of the…
OSW Report | | Kamil Frymark
OSW Studies | | Michał Bogusz
Taiwan’s strategic and economic importance, as well as political tensions in the East and Southeast Asian region, have made the island and the Taiwan Strait one of the world’s major hotspots.
OSW Report | | OSWs Russian Department
Contents MAIN POINTS I.     THE KREMLIN’S REACTION TO THE MUTINY 1.    A shock to the system
OSW Report | | Kamil Całus
Romania is the largest and most populous country in southeastern Europe and one of Europe’s fastest growing economies. Despite its potential, Romania’s foreign policy appears to be very passive and lacking in any far-reaching ambitions. It…
OSW Report | | Anna Kwiatkowska, Kamil Frymark, Michał Kędzierski, Lidia Gibadło, Sebastian Płóciennik, Justyna Gotkowska
Main points
OSW Report | | Sławomir Matuszak, Tadeusz Iwański, Konrad Popławski, Andrzej Wilk
MAIN POINTS I. THE MACROECONOMIC SITUATION 1. GDP 2. Industrial production 3. Inflation
OSW Report | | Maria Domańska
At present, Russia is experiencing the biggest wave of politically-motivated emigration in its modern history. Thousands of individuals (including oppositionists, activists, human rights defenders and independent journalists) were forced…