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2014 | 17 | s.191-208
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Polish Role in Shaping the EU Foreign and Security Policy during its Council Presidency in 2011

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Poland, being the biggest country among the new Member States, has a welldefined foreign policy interest, particularly towards the Eastern neighbourhood. This article examines the involvement of Polish Presidency of the Council in the development of the foreign and security policy of the European Union. Considering the serious limitations placed on the role of the rotating Presidency in the post-Lisbon institutional framework, the analysis investigates the patterns of action Poland followed, which involved the providing of the operational backup for the High Representative as well as bringing its own contributions to the agenda of the Foreign Affairs Council. As the article demonstrates, the rotating Presidency can still redound to the further development of the foreign and security policy.
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17
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s.191-208
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  • Herite School of Governance in Berlin/ Uniwersytet Wrocławski
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