The third Warsaw Security Forum (WSF), held between Oct. 26 and 28, in Warsaw, Poland, has attracted more than 400 high-level governmental officials, experts, luminaries, senior representatives of international organisations, members of world’s leading think-tanks, journalists, and academics who addressed key security issues.
As a representative of the event organiser, Polish think tank Casimir Pulaski Foundation, pointed out in the opening speech, Europe is currently facing several complex and dynamic security risks and Europeans are experiencing greater vulnerability and a ...
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