Good Neighbourhood Treaties of Poland

Political, Security and Social Relations
 
 
Palgrave Macmillan (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 16. April 2020
 
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  • XIII, 262 Seiten
978-3-030-12617-9 (ISBN)
 
This volume explores the bilateral treaties concluded after 1990 between the Republic of Poland and its neighbouring states (Germany, then-Czechoslovakia, Ukraine, the Russian Federation, Belarus and Lithuania), known as treaties on neighbourly relations or good neighbourhood treaties. These treaties, through which Poland and its neighbours were able to establish their political, security and social relations, were extremely significant in that they provided a unique way for them to organise their interstate post-Cold War relations. This book analyses the consequences of these treaties and addresses a variety of issues, including security policy and cooperation, migration, national minority rights, economic cooperation, education, and cross-border cooperation.


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Karina Paulina Marczuk is Assistant Professor at the Institute of International Relations, Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland. She is a co-editor of the book series Poland's Foreign Policy Library and editor of recent volume, Reconciliation-Partnership-Security: Cooperation between Poland and Germany 1991-2016.
1. Chapter 1 IntroductionKarina Paulina Marczuk
Part I Poland's Good Neighbourhood Policy
2. Chapter 2 Foundations of the good neighbourhood policy of the Republic of PolandDariusz Poplawski
3. Chapter 3 Good neighbourhood treaties and public diplomacy: Polish activities in neighbouring states (2007-2014)Karina Paulina Marczuk
Part II The Western Neighbourhood
4. Chapter 4 The 1991 Polish-German treaty: origin, aims and implementation. Successes, failures and prospects in the context of the migration crisis in EuropeJózef M. Fiszer
5. Chapter 5 Objectives and outcomes of the 1991 German-Polish Treaty on Good Neighbourhood and Friendly Cooperation in light of the intra-European dispute on the 2015-2018 migration crisisJens Boysen
6. Chapter 6 The role of the education sector in relations between Poland and Germany, 1991-2016Rafal Ulatowski
Part III The Southern Neighbourhood
7. Chapter 7 Security as an element of good neighbourhood policy in Central Europe. Case study: Polish-Slovak relations after 1990Lukasz Lewkowicz
8. Chapter 8 Slovak-Polish relations after 1989 - Slovak perceptionsJuraj Marusiak
9. Chapter 9 Security as an element of good neighbourhood policy in Central Europe: the case of Polish-Czech relations after 1990Radoslaw Zenderowski
10. Chapter 10 On human trafficking, Schengen visas and drunken workers: Czech media representations of Poland in light of three migration issues after 2013Ondrej Daniel
Part IV The Northeastern Neighbourhood
11. Chapter 11 Relations of Polish authorities with the Polish diaspora in the (post)-Soviet spacePawel Hut
12. Chapter 12 The Polish-Lithuanian treaty on neighbourly relations of 1994 and the Polish-Russian treaty on neighbourly relations of 1992 in the context of international protection of the rights of national minoritiesAndrzej Wierzbicki
13. Chapter 13 Treaty on Friendship and Neighbourhood Cooperation between Poland and Russia: implementation and challenges (a Russian perspective)Natalia G. Zaslavskaya
14. Chapter 14 1994 Treaty between the Republic of Poland and the Republic of Lithuania on Friendly Relations and Neighbourly Cooperation: successes and new challengesGediminas Kazenas
Part V The Eastern Neighbourhood
15. Chapter 15 Poland and Belarus 26 years after the signing of the Treaty on Good Neighbourhood and Friendly CooperationJózef Tymanowski
16. Chapter 16 Treaty between Ukraine and the Republic of Poland on Good Neighbourhood, Friendly Relations and Cooperation. Implementation and today's challengesLyudmila Kurguzenkova
17. Chapter 17 ConclusionsKarina Paulina Marczuk
This volume explores the bilateral treaties concluded after 1990 between the Republic of Poland and its neighbouring states (Germany, then-Czechoslovakia, Ukraine, the Russian Federation, Belarus and Lithuania), known as treaties on neighbourly relations or good neighbourhood treaties. These treaties, through which Poland and its neighbours were able to establish their political, security and social relations, were extremely significant in that they provided a unique way for them to organise their interstate post-Cold War relations. This book analyses the consequences of these treaties and addresses a variety of issues, including security policy and cooperation, migration, national minority rights, economic cooperation, education, and cross-border cooperation.

Karina Paulina Marczuk is Assistant Professor at the Institute of International Relations, Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland. She is a co-editor of the book series Poland's Foreign Policy Library and editor of recent volume, Reconciliation-Partnership-Security: Cooperation between Poland and Germany 1991-2016.

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