A new 'Partner in Leadership'? Poland in contemporary international affairs
Poland has emerged in recent years as an important international actor and has achieved its key objectives of membership in NATO and the EU. While the range of Polish involvements has diversified, the more traditional alignments and priorities remain. This paper examines some of the main features in Poland's current foreign affairs and the historical, geopolitical, and internal factors that influence them.
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