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Poland’s Balanced De-Europeanization and the ENP

WARSAW—Largely Eastern-oriented, Polish foreign policy has filled a gap in Brussels: Warsaw has been perceived as the spokesperson for the former Soviet republics striving to join the European family and it has built its foreign policy reputation in Europe around that role. This has also served its own transformation well as a recently joined member of the EU. For example, it was Warsaw that supported change in Ukraine with the 2004 Orange Revolution, followed by engagement in Georgia four years later, and the launch of the Eastern Partnership (EaP) with Sweden in 2009.
The role has suited successive governments well. With …read more

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