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Poland and the Eastern Partnership
12 May 2011 – 08:52
Poland and the Eastern Partnership

Sidonia Jędrzejewska MEP, EP Rapporteur for the EU Budget 2011, Substitute Member to the Delegation to the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly
In May 2009 the European Union launched an initiative aimed at forging close ties with Armenia, …

The Polish presidency and future EU budgets
04 May 2011 – 10:19
The Polish presidency and future EU budgets

Commissioner Janusz Lewandowski, EU Commissioner for Financial Programming and Budget

At the end of June we will present our proposal for the post 2013 financial period. Given the current climate of austerity it seems pretty obvious …

A new EU: Russia agreement “in Polish”?
04 May 2011 – 09:57
A new EU: Russia agreement “in Polish”?

Dr. Margarita Šešelgytė, Studies Director, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University, Lithuania

Majority of the Central and Eastern European (CEE) states look forward with the excitement to the forthcoming …

The Polish presidency of the European Union
02 May 2011 – 13:22
The Polish presidency of the European Union

Jerzy Buzek MEP, President of the European Parliament
Poland is just about to assume the Presidency …

Polish presidency
01 May 2011 – 13:18
Polish presidency

Herbert Reul MEP, Chairman, EP Industry, Research and Energy Committee Energy
The EU constitutes a tiny part of the Eurasian tectonic plate and does not even encompass all of Europe. Not only Switzerland or Norway but …

Polish presidency: time to prioritise the Single Market
01 May 2011 – 12:04
Polish presidency: time to prioritise the Single Market

Des Hudson is the Chief Executive of the Law Society of England and Wales.
As Poland assumes the Presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1 July it will mark the first stage of …

The EU and Armenia
01 May 2011 – 11:58
The EU and Armenia

Viktor Yengibaryan, President, Council of the International European Movement in Armenia
The Eastern Partnership Agreement was concluded between the European Union and Armenia, Georgia Azerbaijan, Moldova, Ukraine and Belorussia in Prague in May 2009.

Challeges for the Polish presidency
01 May 2011 – 10:44
Challeges for the Polish presidency

Bartek Nowak, Executive Director at the Center for International Relations, a Warsaw-based think-tank. E-mail: Nowak@csm.org.pl
“Watch Poland!” I heard some time ago during an international academic debate on the presidency in the EU Council. It is …

European Neighbourhood Policy as a promoter of single market freedoms?
14 Apr 2011 – 15:10
European Neighbourhood Policy as a promoter of single market freedoms?

By Wojciech Paczyński, Fellow at CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research (www.case-research.eu)
In 2003-2004, with the EU expanding towards the east of the continent the Commission came up with the idea of a new …

Poland, Russia and the European Union
14 Apr 2011 – 15:01
Poland, Russia and the European Union

Fraser Cameron, Director of the EU-Russia Centre in Brussels
Just a few years ago Poland was blocking the EU-Russia negotiations for a new partnership agreement because of a bilateral trade dispute. Its then prime minister, Jarosław …