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China and Russia are seen as countries which have many common interests and a similar approach to the main problems of global policy. Both countries have very similar non democratic political systems, their economies are compatible and both countries are ready to challenge the US position in the world. These commonalities could form a good basis for a close cooperation between both countries as we see to-day and could be a good basis for maintaining and even developing this cooperation in future. However, there are very serious problems which may not in a very distant future weaken and even ruin this rosy situation - writes Janusz Onyszkiewicz, former Minister of National Defence.

On September 11, 2019 Euro-Atlantic Association and Conference of Ambassadors, supported by the Representation of the European Commission in Warsaw, held the conference “Time for reactivation. US – Poland – EU”.

"The Poles are very conscious of the reasons why the Second World War happened and they suffered so much. It was not because of lack of security guarantees, they were actually in place, but the actual lack of real arm forces that could have defended...

THE EURO-ATLANTIC ASSOCIATION is pleased to invite members and guests on Friday, February 6th, 2015 at 14:00 – 17:00 to SEA Headquarters (Lubomirski Palace) Plac Zelaznej Bramy 10 in Warsaw for the following conference Poland in the face of radical Islam

President of SEA Marek Goliszewski and Chairman of Executive Council of SEA Janusz Onyszkiewicz met on 12 November 2014 at SEA headquarters with representatives of the Atlantic Council of Finland. SEA’s guest was Terhi Suominen, Secretary General of the Atlantic Council of Finland.