Representatives of the Pulaski Foundation visit the IPN - 19 July 2017

Dr Mateusz Szpytma, Deputy President of the IPN, hosted Wojciech Dzięgiel, Executive Director of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation with Patrycja Chomicka, responsible for the “Warsaw Security Forum” conference.

The meeting was also attended by Dr Paweł Libera - Deputy Director of the Historical Research Office, Mariusz Kwaśniak - Deputy Director of the Archive, Rafał Pękała - Head of the Multimedia Notification Department and Agnieszka Jędrzak - Head of the Division of International Relations.

In connection with the November "Warsaw Security Forum" conference, which is a platform for the security policy dialogue between the European Union, NATO and Russia, and the forthcoming 100th anniversary of the October Revolution, the possibility of jointly inviting Professor Richard Pipes was discussed. Professor Pipes is a specialist in Russian history, he also served as a member of the National Security Council and Director of East European and Soviet Affairs under President Ronald Reagan.

The Casimir Pulaski Foundation is an independent think tank specialising in foreign policy and security research, based in Warsaw. The main area of activity of the Pulaski Foundation is to provide analyses describing and explaining international events, identifying trends in the international environment, and preparing recommendations and solutions for both government and private sector decision makers.

The Pulaski Foundation brings together more than 40 experts and publishes analyses in the formats: Pulaski Viewpoint, Pulaski Policy Papers and Pulaski Report. The Foundation's experts regularly cooperate with the media.

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