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The Minsk (dis)agreement and Europe’s security order - report

The conflict in Donbass is part of a much bigger confrontation, namely Russia's attempt to challenge the security order in Europe. Therefore, sanctions against Moscow should be presented as a mechanism aimed at preserving peace and stability on the continent - claim Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz and Piotr Buras in our recent report The Minsk (dis)agreement and Europe’s security order.
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A farewell to Giedroyc - policy paper

We observe a fundamental turn-around in the eastern policy of Poland. Support for democracy in its eastern neighbourhood is ceasing to be a priority. At the forefront of this change is the issue of the promotion of Polishness - claims Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz, the director of the Open Europe Programme.
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Polish views of the EU: the illusion of consensus - report

In May 2016 the Stefan Batory Foundation published a report entitled Change in Poland, but what change? on the far-reaching changes in Poland’s foreign policy, particularly the European policy, that were introduced by the Law and Justice Party (PiS) government after winning the elections in October 2015.
In the new report, entitled Polish views of the EU: the illusion of consensus, the authors - Adam Balcer, Piotr Buras, Grzegorz Gromadzki and Eugeniusz Smolar evaluate the level of support for the European Project.
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