Poland: A New Power in Transatlantic Security

Poland A New Power in Transatlantic Security Based on confidential interviews this collection of ten essays examines Poland s place and prospects as it prepares to enter the European Union Poland became a full member of the North Atlantic Treaty

  • Title: Poland: A New Power in Transatlantic Security
  • Author: David H. Dunn Marcin Zaborowski
  • ISBN: 9780714684352
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • Based on confidential interviews this collection of ten essays examines Poland s place and prospects as it prepares to enter the European Union.Poland became a full member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation during 1999 and is due to join the European Union in June 2004 This book explores the country s relationship in the Transatlantic alliance, particularly with itBased on confidential interviews this collection of ten essays examines Poland s place and prospects as it prepares to enter the European Union.Poland became a full member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation during 1999 and is due to join the European Union in June 2004 This book explores the country s relationship in the Transatlantic alliance, particularly with it s allies America, France, Germany, Britain and the Ukraine.The effects of September 11th is dealt with in some detail alongside the issues of transforming the Polish forces for NATO membership.

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    1. Poland: A New Power in Transatlantic Security is a compendium of a series of essays outlining Poland's role in NATO, the resulting impact on EUs security initiatives, and the state's aspirations towards the status of a major regional power. The essays focus on the state of affairs leading up to 2002, and as such serve solely as a historical insight into the existing geopolitical situation in Europe. Nonetheless, this work offers valuable background information for those relatively unfamiliar wit [...]

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