On Friday, April 5, IWP President and Founder Dr. John Lenczowski will participate in a panel entitled: “Poland, the U.S., & NATO: Confronting the Russian Threat.” The event is part of the Kuklinski Museum Discussion Series – 30 Years After the Fall of Communism in Europe.
The panel will examine Poland’s role in countering Putin’s Russia. It will be moderated by foreign policy journalist Claudia Rosett. Dr. Lenczowski will be joined by Polish Senator and Secretary of State of International Dialogue Anna Maria Anders and retired U.S. Army Brigadier General Tom Cosentino.
Dr. Lenczowski will be speaking from his extensive experience working on this region, including his time as Director of European Soviet Affairs at the National Security Council where he served as the principal Soviet affairs adviser to President Reagan.
The event is free and takes place at the White House Historical Association. It begins at 12:30p.m. Registration and more information can be found here.