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Poland’s foreign and security policy, problems of compatibility with the changing international order, Ryszard Zięba

This book analyses determinants and the evolution of Poland’s foreign and security policy in the changing international order. By studying historical, geopolitical and domestic factors, the author offers a better understanding of Poland’s national interests and sheds new light on its foreign relations with the USA, Russia and the European Union. Furthermore, the author also discusses Poland’s cooperation within international organisations, such as NATO and the EU
Table Of Contents
Introduction -- The Main Determinants of Poland's Foreign and Security Policy in the 21st Century -- Russia as the Main Problem in Polish Sovereign and Security Policy -- Bandwagoning with the USA -- The Dialectic of Strengthening and Weakening the European Union -- Poland Pushes NATO and the EU Eastward -- “Make Poland Great Again:” The Meanders of the Three Seas Initiative -- Poland’s Decreasing Activeness for Collective Security at the UN and OSCE -- The Evolution of Poland’s International Roles
Literary Form
non fiction
1st ed. 2020.
Physical Description
1 online resource (283 pages)
Specific Material Designation
Form Of Item

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