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17 June 2016
PISM Report: Probable EU-UK Relationship after Brexit Perspectives of Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Poland

In light of the uncertainty of the 23 June British referendum, the European Union should be prepared for the prospect of having to build anew its relations with the UK as a non-member. The ultimate model for those relations will come from a difficult negotiation process and will reflect the economic and political interests of the UK and those of the most important  EU Member States: Germany,  France, Italy, Spain and Poland (together called the B5). The arrangements preferred by the B5 will define the alliances that will be built within the EU as other, smaller Member States orient themselves to the political views and coalitions of the B5. This PISM report identifies the possible preferences of the B5 states with regard to the EU’s post-Brexit relations with the UK and points to the arrangements that seem most likely.

03 June 2016
PISM Report: NATO and the Future of Peace in Europe: Towards a Tailored Approach

In the run-up to the Warsaw NATO summit, expectations are rising that it will address the rapidly multiplying threats to European security. Providing a definitive response to all of them by the Alliance alone is impossible, however, because of NATO’s limitations. Instead, the Alliance should adopt a tailored approach. It should focus on security challenges, which it can counter as the leading actor, such as Russia’s aggressive political-military posturing. At the same time, it should provide support and act as a partner to other organisations and formats that may be better suited to tackle different security threats, such as terrorism, mass migration or organised international crime. This is the main message of the PISM Report “NATO and the Future of Peace in Europe” prepared in cooperation with the Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW).

24 May 2016
PISM Report: GoodGov: Work Together, Govern Better: Polish and Norwegian Cooperation towards More Efficient Security, Energy and Migration Policies

This report presents the main empirical and governance-related findings of the GoodGov project. It had two main objectives: one, to examine various governance-related questions (in security, migration and energy fields) in the national, bilateral and European context, and two, to contribute to improving the quality of governance and the level of bilateral cooperation between Poland and Norway by providing better research-based insight into how governance-related vulnerabilities and challenges can be addressed within the existing European framework. The project aimed at helping Polish, Norwegian and European decision-makers identify problems in their cooperation and sought to provide practical research-based information on how to deal with various governance-related challenges. 

22 March 2016
PISM Report: V4 Goes Global: Exploring Opportunities and Obstacles in the Visegrad Countries’ Cooperation with Brazil, India, China and South Africa
Visegrad Group countries have become more active in pursuing their foreign policy outside Europe, focusing in particular on strengthening cooperation with the emerging powers - China, India, Brazil and South Africa. When approaching these countries, however, they have to struggle with similar barriers that result from different potentials and an absence of historical ties. The Visegrad Group can become a useful mechanism in overcoming these obstacles and enhancing relations with the emerging powers, but the four countries have to learn not only to compete, but also to cooperate on the global stage.
05 January 2016
PISM Report: Przyszłość partnerstwa UE–AKP po 2020 roku. Perspektywa Polski

The Partnership Agreement between the EU and the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) known as the Cotonou Agreement will expire in early 2020. At the onset of negotiations within the EU on future relations with 78 ACP countries we present a report summarising the targets and achievements of the current agreement along with an initial assessment of its impact and effectiveness. The report also outlines possible scenarios for future cooperation, the current debate within the EU on the post-Cotonou agreement as well as the position of major European players with a view to stimulating a debate in Poland on the most effective and beneficial relations between the EU and ACP in the future.


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