本次ZAMĘCKI副教授在演講中透過簡單介紹波蘭的文化與歷史後,帶領參與者深入了解現今烏俄戰爭背後波蘭的思維。

首先,ZAMĘCKI副教授帶大家回到數千年前的波蘭,回顧波蘭與俄羅斯在國家這個概念尚未成形前的波俄衝突,進而介紹波蘭如何在二次世界大戰時必須同時承受來自希特勒納粹政權以及俄羅斯在背後的威脅,使參與者對於波蘭與俄羅斯錯綜複雜的歷史糾結有深入了解。是以,對於波蘭與俄羅斯的歷史背景有了了解後,ZAMĘCKI副教授也告訴大家,正是因為波蘭知道戰爭的所帶來的慘痛,所以在今日烏俄戰爭中波蘭才會如此大力地支持烏克蘭。

最後,ZAMĘCKI副教授也分享了波蘭前總統的話,「今日喬治亞,明日烏克蘭,後天波羅地海三小國,最後或許就是我的國家波蘭」,提供值得讓處於俄烏戰爭進行式中的參與者們思考的議題。

After a brief introduction to the culture and history of Poland, Associate Professor Zamecki led the attendees on a deep dive on the Polish mindset behind the current Russo-Ukrainian war.

First, Ass. Prof. Zamecki took the audience back to the Poland hundreds of years ago and looked back on the Polish-Russian conflict before the concept of these states had formed, and then introduced how Poland had to endure the threat from both Hitler's Nazi regime and Russia during World War II, allowing those in attendance to understand the interweaving and complex history between Poland and Russia. With this understanding in mind, Prof. Zamecki told the audience that it was because Poland knew the tragedy of the war that Poland supported Ukraine so strongly in today's Russo-Ukrainian War.

Finally, Associate Professor Zamecki shared the words of the former president of Poland, "Today Georgia, tomorrow Ukraine, the next day the Baltic Sea states, and finally perhaps my country Poland", which provided something for those who currently who lives in the time of the Russo-Ukrainian War to think about.

俄羅斯侵略烏克蘭下的「波蘭的國家安全」
Poland’s national security under the Russian invasion of Ukraine