|The publication of four issues of The Warsaw Institute Review quarterly in 2019 (no. 8-11) was co-financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland in the competition “Cooperation in the Field of Public Diplomacy 2019”.|
|The publication of four issues of The Warsaw Institute Review quarterly in 2019 (no. 8-11) was co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage from the Promotion of Culture Fund.|
|Editorial office activities supporting the publication of The Warsaw Institute Review quarterly were co-financed as part of the implementation of the task “ Geopolitics in the civic debate” from the funds of the Civic Initiative Fund Program 2019.|
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