Polska i Niemcy a realizacja Wspólnej Polityki Zagranicznej, Bezpieczeństwa i Obrony Unii Europejskiej
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- The Polish-German relationship in the EU Common Foreign, Security and Defense Policy
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Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe 2016, nr 1 s. 83-106.
- wspólna polityka zagraniczna, bezpieczeństwa i obrony Unii Europejskiej; New International Order, EU Common Foreign, Security and Defense Policy, relationship between Poland and Germany, Easter Policy of Germany and Poland, Ukraine, Russia
The article aims to present the stand of relationship between Germany and Poland in context of changes that took place in the EU Common Foreign, Security and Defense Policy and New East Policy of Germany and Germany’s Russia policy deeply infl uence threw aggressive Russian policy agents Ukraine and adders postsoviet countries. Author also analyses Poland’s “resets” with Germany and Russia and interested in changing German-Russian relationship in the future. German see Russia as a partner due to its global role while Poles see it as a partner due to its geographic proximity and needs to stabilize the region. While Germans do not see Russia as a direct threat Poles understand why Ukraine, Belarus, and the Caucasus see it as a threat. Poland and Germany has consistently supported the strengthening of cooperation between member states within Common Foreign, Security and Defense Policy of the European Union with an aim of making this international organization gain a status of the key player in the international politics in the future.
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