|Public purpose co-financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland in the competition “Cooperation in the Field of Public Diplomacy 2019”.
|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.
|The Warsaw Institute Foundation – American think tank with goals like strengthening the knowledge of Poland and CEE region by preparing and providing its partners with analyses and studies; supporting international cooperation between Poland and United States; supporting the development of democracy, the economy, energy security and military security.
|Warsaw Institute – Polish think tank which main areas of its interest are: international relations, energy security, defence, history, culture and any other issues crucial for Poland and East-Central Europe. Warsaw Institute is an independent, non-profit, nonpartisan organization.
|The Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA)
|National Security Bureau of the Republic of Poland
|Embassy of Estonia in Warsaw
|Embassy of Latvia in Poland
|Embassy of Lithuania in Warsaw in Poland
|Embassy of the Czech Republic in Warsaw
|Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Warsaw
|Embassy of Hungary in Warsaw, Poland
|Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Poland
|Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria, Poland
|Military Academy of Land Forces
|Baltic Defence College
|Baltic Security Foundation
|Military Academy of Lithuania
|European Values Center for Security Policy
|Slovak Security Policy Institute
|New Strategy Center
|Center for the Study of Democracy
|Center for European Policy Analysis