Yearbook of Polish Foreign Policy 2006

CONTENTS

Editor's Note 

I. THE BASIS OF POLISH FOREIGN POLICY

Government Information on the Polish Foreign Policy in 2005 (presented by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prof. Adam Daniel Rotfeld, at the session of the Sejm on 21st January 2005)  

The Uncertain World of 2005 (Roman Kuźniar)  

Poland in the European Union (Małgorzata Banat, Urszula Pałłasz)  

Major Aspects of Poland's Security Policy (Robert Kupiecki)  

II. BILATERAL RELATIONS

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

Poland's Relations with Germany (Tytus Jaskułowski)  

Poland's Relations with France (Mariusz Kazana)  

Poland's Relations with Russia (Adam Eberhardt)  

Poland's Relations with Ukraine (Andrzej Szeptycki)  

Poland's Relations with the State of Israel (Krzysztof Bojko)  

Poland's Relations with Asia-Pacific Countries (Beata Stoczyńska)  

III. POLAND'S ACTIVITIES AT INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS

Poland's Regional Policy (Jacek Gajewski)  

Poland in the United Nations (Stanisław L. Stebelski)  

IV. SELECTED PROBLEMS OF POLAND'S FOREIGN POLICY

Poland's Involvement in Stabilisation in Iraq (Paweł Herczyński)  

Poland's Economic Relations with Other States (Katarzyna Żukrowska)  

Historical Issues in Polish Foreign Policy in 2005 (Mateusz Gniazdowski)  

Poland and the Conflict over the Union of Poles in Belarus (Adam Eberhardt)  

From Public Diplomacy to a Brand for Poland (Jarosław Szczepankiewicz)  

V. VIEWS ON POLISH FOREIGN POLICY

A Review of Polish Foreign Policy in 2005. Debate with the Participation of Jarosław Bratkiewicz, Sławomir  Dębski, Jerzy Kranz, Roman Kuźniar, Marek Madej, Warsaw, 16 March 2006  

VI. ANNEXES

Chronicle of Poland's Foreign Relations in 2005 (Małgorzata Ławacz) 

Management Staff of Polish Foreign Service (Sylwia Kozień)e-ksiegarnia