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The Warsaw office is GMF’s newest European office, established in May 2011. The office’s mission is to serve as a forum and source of ideas for strengthening transatlantic cooperation, with particular focus on issues critical to Poland and Central Europe. The office is led by Michał Baranowski and focuses on U.S.-European relations, Central and Eastern Europe, transatlantic security issues, the EU’s Eastern Partnership, and energy.

GMF has a long history of engagement with Poland, including grants to Polish organizations since 1990, the participation of many distinguished Poles in GMF’s Marshall Memorial Fellowship Program and other programming such as Brussels Forum, and Poland being a key country in the annual Transatlantic Trends survey.


Speed Bumps and Accelerators: Emerging Issues in Transatlantic Border Management
Patryk Pawlak
March 11, 2014
This policy paper looks at some of the most pressing challenges to border management policies in the transatlantic area.
European Energy Security and the Role of Russia
Tim Boersma
July 17, 2013
This policy brief says that while the EU and Russia have a long-lasting energy relationship, they are far from finding common ground.
Craig Kennedy awarded the Commander’s Cross Order of Polonia Restituta
March 17, 2014
On March 17 2014 Craig Kennedy was awarded by the President of the Republic of Poland Bronisław Komorowski the Commander's Cross Order of Polonia Res
Georgia 2008 – Ukraine 2014: Lessons Learned
March 14, 2014
On March 14, 2014, the Warsaw office of the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) hosted a roundtable discussion on the political crisis in
Andrew Michta Appears on Croatian Radio Television, Discusses U.S. Elections Results
Andrew A. Michta, November 26, 2012
Andrew Michta, director of GMF’s Warsaw Office, was interviewed by Croatian and Bulgarian media to talk about the outcome of the U.S. elections and the implications of his reelection for the international community.
In 8 Minutes or Less: Implications of the Eurozone Crisis for AsiaIn this podcast, GMF Senior Transatlantic Fellow Bruce Stokes interviews Pawel Swieboda, President of demosEUROPA in Warsaw, Poland, about how the European debt crisis will change EU-Asia relations.