In June and July, thanks to the intensive work of our team, we organized many events: lectures, debates, author meetings and conferences. We have a space where every guest can feel comfortable. Traditionally, after each meeting we organize networking. We want our Institute to be a friendly and open place for everyone and become a platform for exchanging views, making valuable acquaintances, as well as for deepening knowledge.
We will be glad to organize conferences and scientific meetings at your request.
Below we present a photo gallery from our June and July events.
Debate “All to the right – how the Indian People’s Party (BJP) of Prime Minister N. Modi won the elections and what does this mean for the world?”
We organized the debate together with the Asia Research Center. Panelists from the Boym Institute (Krzysztof Zalewski), Asia Research Center (Krzysztof Iwanek) and Polish Institute of International Affairs (Patryk Kugiel) took part in it. Debate was moderated by Patrycja Pendrakowska.
Conference with the participation of the China Academy of Governance delegation
During the meeting, we discussed the possibilities of cooperation, the current role of China in the world in the context of the contemporary international order and the relations between Poland and the PRC. The CAG delegation was very pleased with the warm reception and the environment conducive to such meetings.
Workshops: Writing analytic texts
During the first organized at the Boym Institute workshops participants learned about the secrets of creating and editing good analytical texts. Krzysztof Zalewski, the lecturer, shared with listeners his extensive knowledge gained during his professional career.
Paweł Behrendt’s lecture “The New Doctrine of Pentagon and the Geopolitical Environment of East Asia”
After the lecture there was time for networking and a discussion on the current situation in the Asia-Pacific region. We hosted, among others, Dr. Muhammed Younis from Pakistan, as well as representatives of Russia and Vietnam.
Chinese Renaissance: meeting with professor Bogdan Góralczyk
Professor Bogdan Góralczyk is not only a diplomat and a great sinologist, but also the author of the book “The Great Renaissance: Chinese transformation and its consequences”, hailed as the book of the year in the field of world politics. At the author’s meeting, we discussed the consequences of Chinese transformation for world order and other issues related to contemporary China. The meeting was very popular and the discussion after the professor’s lecture lasted until late evening.
Debate “Three years after the verdict of the Permanent Court of Arbitration for the South China Sea – what is the future of the basin?”
We organized the debate together with the Institute of Sociology at the University of Warsaw. Speakers from the University of Lodz (Małgorzata Pietrasiak), Polish Institute of International Affairs (Damian Wnukowski) and the Boym Institute (Maksym Gdański, Andrzej Anders) participated in the panel. Our special guest and keynote speaker was Dr. Muhammed Younis from Pakistan.
We invite you to follow our pages on social media and the official website of the Institute – we are planning to organize next events in the near future.
Thanks to continuous economic development, Vietnam attracts a record number of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). The catalyst for such a strong growth of FDI in Vietnam is not only the ongoing trade war between the US and China, but also new international agreements.Jakub Królczyk
Indonesia is the largest Muslim democracy in the world. Approximately 88% of the population in Indonesia declares Islamic religion, but in spite of this significant dominance, Indonesia is not a religious state.Anna Grzywacz
The number of confirmed executions and frequent disappearances of politicians remind us that in North Korea the rules of social Darwinism apply. Any attempt to limit Kim Jong-un's power may be considered hostile and ruthless.Roman Husarski
A short note and photo gallery from the chairman of the Board of the Boym Institute, who stays in Rwanda at the "Kigali Global Dialogue" conference.