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PozycjaBilans polskiej prezydencji w sektorze energetycznym(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2012) Młynarski, TomaszThe first Polish EU Presidency can be evaluated as moderately successful. The Presidency has contributed to deepen cooperation in the energy sector and was very successful from organizational and logistics perspective. Priorities in the energy sector included an ambitious catalog of measures, in particular within the external dimension of the EU energy policy. The Polish Presidency outlined long term objectives in the energy sector and initiated a deeper discussion of the completion of common energy market building. Progress and better coordination of Member States’ energy policies will increase energy security of the EU. From the point of view of national interests, as a failure can be recognized adoption by the European Commission Energy Roadmap 2050 document at the end of the Polish presidency as well as not convincing the Commission to find a more flexible options for solving problem of reaching a low carbon economy with respect to circumstances of member countries, with a high degree of carbonization of their economies. PozycjaPolska jako europejska agora kultury. Przedsięwzięcia kulturalne polskiej prezydencji(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2012) Radwan, MarcinThe purpose of this article is to showcase the cultural and artistic actions which were conducted and initiated by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage during the Polish Presidency of the EU Council. In this article the political achievements of the Polish presidency in the cultural domain, as well as the detailed context of cultural events in Poland and abroad are discussed. Additionally, a reflective aspect on culture and its role in creating a positive image of Poland in the nations of the European Union are shown. PozycjaUmowa ACTA sukcesem polskiej prezydencji?(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2012) Kolendowska-Matejczuk, MartaPolish presidency at the Council of European Union which fell for the period from 1 July 2011 to 31 December 2011, in the predominating measuring cup was assessed positively, both by high-ranking officials the EU, Polish government, as well as through the Polish society. The presidency can be proud of smaller or bigger successes and one of such successes was supposed to be an Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA). In the article were brought up issues associated with ACTA, in particular the author focused on threats which this agreement can carry for civil liberties and in the end to answer the question put in the title, whether the ACTA agreement is a success of the Polish presidency in the Council of European Union?