Tag: Grzegorz Gromadzki

 

Ukraine crisis can be resolved only by force, says Ukrainian politician at PAUCI conference (+video)Ukraine crisis can be resolved only by force, says Ukrainian politician at PAUCI conference (+video)

January 6, 2015

Speaking at a Polish-Ukrainian Cooperation Foundation (PAUCI) conference, the deputy chairman of the Ukrainian parliament said that the crisis in Ukraine can be resolved only by military means.

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Domestic challenges in Ukraine: Implications for the EUDomestic challenges in Ukraine: Implications for the EU

December 11, 2013

The primary goal of the Ukrainian ruling elite is to stay in power so they can continue to use their positions for personal enrichment, according to an Institute of Public Affairs analysis.

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On different paths? Czech and Polish strategy vis-a-vis EMU and EU foreign relations

December 10, 2013

Experts from the Institute of Public Affairs and EUROPEUM will be speaking at this December 16 seminar in Warsaw.

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Going forward anyway: the Polish view of the crisis of the Eastern PartnershipGoing forward anyway: the Polish view of the crisis of the Eastern Partnership

May 2, 2013

The success of the Eastern Partnership hinges on the signing of an Association Agreement (AA) between Ukraine and the European Union this year, according to a new policy brief from the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA).

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Historical Breakthrough: The Rulers and the Ruled in Today's RussiaHistorical Breakthrough: The Rulers and the Ruled in Today’s Russia

December 3, 2012

This Institute of Public Affairs report analyzes the ramifications of the recent popular demonstrations held in Russia in support of free and fair elections.

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People – history – politics: Russian perceptions of Poland and GermanyPeople – history – politics: Russian perceptions of Poland and Germany

August 21, 2012

A slender majority of Russians hold a positive view of Germans, while a similar number holds a neutral or slightly positive view of Poles, according to results of an Institute for Public Affairs study.

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