Conference Programme

Faculty of National Security of Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce

in cooperation with Baltic College Defenses, Tartu, Estonia,

Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

and the University of Óbuda, Budapest, Hungary

have the honor to invite you to


organized under the auspices of the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) in Washington (USA).

The proceedings of this year’s conference will focus on the issue of threats to the security of Central and Eastern Europe.
Thematic scope:
1. Theoretical aspects of threats as well as national and international security
2. Sources and types of threats, their taxonomy, characteristics and consequences for safety
3. Global trends and megatrends
4. Global and regional threats
5. Threats to Euro-Atlantic security
6. Threats to Poland
7. Threats to public safety during the operation of risk infrastructure facilities
8. Predicting the effects of a nuclear attack on the EU: models, results and consequences for critical infrastructure
9. Threats related to hypersonic weapons
10. Sources and types of threats to Euro-Atlantic security and Central and Eastern Europe. Perception of threats by the Russian Federation
11. Policy of the Russian Federation
12. Russian strategic intentions and the role of the armed forces in their implementation
13. Strategy for the use of political, economic and information instruments by the Russian Federation
14. National Security Strategy of the Russian Federation
15. Military strategy and strategies of the types of armed forces of the Russian Federation
16. Modernization of the Russian armed forces
17. Military strengthening of the Western and Southern Military District of the Russian Federation
18. Capabilities of the armed forces of the Russian Federation, including A2 / AD
19. Dislocation, structure and combat readiness of the armed forces of the Russian Federation
20. Strategy for using the Russian armed forces
21. The Russian vision of confronting the West and resolving conflicts
22. Hybrid warfare
23. Threats in cyberspace
24. Threats resulting from new technologies, biotechnology and artificial intelligence
25. Assumptions for a new generation of wars by the Russian Federation
26. Forecast of threats to Euro-Atlantic security in the short and long term