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(In)efficiency of EU Common Foreign and Security Policy: Ukraine, Brexit, Trump and beyond

REFERENCES BICKERTON, C.J. 2011. European Union Foreign Policy. From Effectiveness to Functionality, New York: Palgrave Macmillan. CICEO, G. 2012. The Common Foreign and Security Policy and the Inexhaustible Question for its Institutional Consistency, Studia UBB. Europaea, LVII (1): 37-54. COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2016/982 of 17 June 2016 amending Decision 2014/386/CFSP concerning restrictive measures in response to the illegal annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol. COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. 2009. EU Military Rapid Response Concept

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The Web of the EU'S Neighbourhood Policy: Between Bilateralism and Multilateralism

Principles in European Union Foreign Policy. London and New York: Routledge, 2006. Bonvincini, Gianni. "The European Neighbourhood Policy and its Linkage with European Security." 21-29. In: Fabrizio Tassinari, Pertti Joenniemi, and Uffe Jacobsen, eds. Wider Europe. Nordic and Baltic Lessons to Post-Enlargement Europe. Copenhagen: DIIS-Danish Institute for International Studies, 2006. Browing Christopher S. and Pertti Joenniemi. "Geostrategies of the European Neighbourhood Policy." European Journal of International

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The EU Battlegroups (EUBGs) – a successful story or a paper tiger?

, European Parliament resolution of 22 November 2012 on the implementation of the Common Security and Defence Policy (based on the Annual Report from the Council to the European Parliament on the Common Foreign and Security Policy) (12562/2011 - 2012/2138(INI)) EU-NATO: the Framework for Permanent Relations and Berlin Plus Note “The European Security and Defence Policy: From the Helsinki Headline Goal to the EU Battlegroups”, Dr Gerrard Quille, European Parliament, Directorate-General for External Policies of the Union, Directorate B

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The Visegrád Group as a Vehicle for Promoting National Interests in the European Union: The Case of the Czech Republic

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Conditions of Poland’s foreign and security policy within the EU and NATO environment

References Bartosiewicz, P. (2010). Peryferie peryferii „europejskiego banana” [in:] M. Marczewska-Rytko, Polska w strukturach Unii Europejskiej. Doświadczenia - oczekiwania - wyzwania. Lublin: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Marii Curie- -Skłodowskiej, p. 95. Gostyńska, A., Parkes R. (eds.)(2012). Towards a V4 Position on the Future of Europe. Warszawa: Polish Institute of International Aff airs, p. 11. Madej, M. (ed.)(2010), Cooperation on security in Central Europe: sharing V4 experience with the neighboring regions

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The Relevance and Influence of Small States in NATO and the EU Common Foreign and Security Policy

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Small states are important and visible players in international politics. Their power is limited, and their economy and military capability may not match those of their larger neighbours, but small states enjoy certain advantages that increase their abilities to influence international politics. This article tries to show and explain how small states can act and exploit their advantages in a wider international arena. The main aim is to show ways and methods for small states to act and pursue their policy goals. This article analyses the behaviour of small states inside two major European security actors: NATO and the EU. Several examples will be presented in detail, namely, air policing in the Baltic states and the Lithuanian Presidency in the European Council. These examples clearly show the achievements and failures of small states in international politics.

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The Process of Institutionalization of the EU’s CFSP in the Western Balkan Countries during the Ukraine Crisis

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Learning by Doing: The EU’s Transformative Power and Conflicts in the Western Balkans

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Post-Lisbonian Europe: EU Foreign Policy towards the Western Balkans

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Who Acts for the EU before and after the Lisbon Treaty? The View through the Media in Singapore and Thailand

. & Chaban, N., eds. (2007), The EU through the Eyes of Asia: Media, Public and Elite Perceptions in China, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Thailand, Warsaw & Singapore: University of Warsaw. House of Commons (2008), Foreign Policy Aspects of the Lisbon Treaty, House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee, Third Report of Session 2007-08, London: The Stationery Office. Hughes, K. (2008), Shaping Lisbon’s Legacy: Who will make Foreign Policy? Paris: Friends of Europe. IDEA (2009), Democracy in Development: Global Consultations on

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