Yearbook of Polish Foreign Policy 2005

CONTENTS

From the Editor

I. VECTORS

Information of the Government of the Republic of Poland on Polish Foreign Policy in 2004 (Delivered by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz, at the Sejm Session of 21 January 2004)

Poland's International Environment AD 2004, or a Geopolitical Revolution in the Region (Roman Kuźniar)

Poland in the European Union (Paweł Świeboda)

Polish Security Policy in 2004 (Robert Kupiecki)

II. BILATERAL RELATIONS

Poland's Relations with the United States (Artur Michalski)

Poland's Relations with Germany (Irena Lipowicz)

Poland's Relations with the Russian Federation (Grzegorz Czerwiński)

Polish-French Relations (Adam Halamski, Tomasz Majchrowski)

Polish-Ukrainian Relations (Wojciech Zajączkowski)

Polish Foreign Policy towards the Central European Region (Jacek Gajewski)

III. SELECTED PROBLEMS OF POLAND'S FOREIGN POLICY

Poland's Involvement in Iraqi Stabilisation in 2004 (Łukasz Kulesa)

Poland's International Economic Relations (Krzysztof Marczewski)

Polish Foreign Policy in Light of Strategy towards Non-European Developing Countries (Katarzyna Kacperczyk)

Poland and the Constitution for the Oceans (Janusz Symonides)

IV. POLAND'S ACTIVITIES AT INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS

Poland's Contribution to UN Reform and Political Presence in the Organisation (Tomasz Chłoń) 

Poland's Involvement in the Debate on Social and Economic Issues at the United Nations (Ryszard Rysiński)

Poland in the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe in 2003-2004 (Aleksandra Piątkowska)

Council of Europe's Third Summit inWarsaw (Michał Klinger)

V. BALANCE SHEET OF POLISH FOREIGN POLICY: A DEBATE

VI. CHRONICLE OF POLAND'S FOREIGN RELATIONS IN 2004 (Małgorzata Ławacz)

VII. ANNEX

Personnel of the Polish Foreign Service (Joanna Radomyska)