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OSW Studies | | Marek Menkiszak
Russia is facing a difficult choice regarding its further policy towards the Afghan problem. It seems that Moscow has no coherent or consistent strategy. It is likely that the Russian ruling elite, like expert circles, is divided on…
OSW Studies | | Mateusz Gniazdowski, Tomáš Strážay
The Danube strategy is the second example, after the Baltic Sea strategy, of the growing importance of macro-regions in the EU. The regional policy is being more and more often looked at through the prism of not only ensuring internal…
OSW Studies | | Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz
Does the European Union’s policy towards its Eastern neighbours have any chance of success? To what extent can the objective of ‘external integration’, i.e. the adoption of EU standards by its Easternneighbours, be achieved?
OSW Studies | | Artur Ciechanowicz, Marta Zawilska-Florczuk
Germany became reunited through the incorporation of the East German federal states to the then Federal Republic of Germany. The West German point of view is predominant in public discourse regarding this issue, which is manifested…