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Energy Security Concerns in South Eastern Europe July 24, 2014 / Washington, D.C.

Washington, DC – On Friday July 17, the German Marshall Fund’s Lugar Diplomacy Institute and the Southeast Europe Coalition co-hosted a briefing on Capitol Hill on ”Energy Security Concerns in South Eastern Europe”.

BRICS leaders welcome new faces July 22, 2014

On Wednesday, the BRICS leaders welcomed some new faces to the table. Leaders from nearly a dozen South American nations joined the closing meeting.

Mediterranean Strategy Group 9 July 15, 2014

From May 28-30, GMF convened its 9th Mediterranean Strategy Group meeting in Turin, Italy. The focus of the two-day meeting centered on Mediterranean energy, with a special emphasis on energy "developments East and West."

Rethinking Poland in the Second Term December 03, 2012 / Andrew A. Michta
The American Interest


This article was first published in The American Interest. It can be read in its entirety here.

At a time when both economic uncertainty and security concerns along NATO’s periphery are driving the Transatlantic relationship, Poland’s dynamic economy and growing geopolitical weight make it an increasingly important European ally for the United States. So it matters that during the past four years America has lost public support in Poland despite close state-to-state cooperation, notably including the bonds forged by the Polish military’s prominent role in Iraq and Afghanistan, and despite a long history of close Polish affinity toward the United States stretching from the American Founding all the way to and beyond the end of the Cold War.

Andrew A. Michta is a Senior Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States and director of  GMF's Warsaw Office. The views are the author’s alone.