Normatywny i aksjologiczny wymiar polityki Unii Europejskiej wobec kwestii Kosowa
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Normative and axiological dimensions of the European Union’s policy on the issue of Kosovo
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The article raises the issue of normative policy pursued by the European Union towards Kosovo. The article’s main thesis states that the EU’s normative policy towards Kosovo is ineffective, causes ethnical and cultural hegemony of Kosovo, violates the deepest foundations of international order on which the European Union has been trying to build its external policy for decades and impairs the existing image of the UE as a force acting for the good of the world (force for good). The EU, which builds up its international position as a normative power and rejects the logic of domination and power (realist power) is especially exposed to the dangerous consequences of disregard for the principles of international law and ethical rules. The situation becomes even more risky when it is the EU that becomes one of the main actors undermining the attempts to build an order based on law and values.
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