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No. 237 The stereotype of Poland and Poles in Germany
dodano dnia: 2016-04-27 09:22

Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs (No. 237/2016), Prof. Andrzej Sakson, “The stereotype of Poland and Poles in Germany” (Stereotyp Polski i Polaków w Niemczech). 

Bulletin No. 237 has been published in Polish language version only. 



No. 236 Germany, France and Eurozone
dodano dnia: 2016-04-20 10:05

Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs (No. 236/2016), Dr Jacek Kubera, “Germany, France and Eurozone” (Niemcy i Francja wobec strefy euro).

Bulletin No. 236 has been published in Polish language version only. 



No. 235 Brexit from German view
dodano dnia: 2016-04-18 06:50

Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs (No. 235/2016), Tomasz Morozowski, “Brexit from German view” (Na drodze do Brexitu). 

Bulletin No. 235 has been published in Polish language version only. 



No. 234 On the way to Brexit
dodano dnia: 2016-04-18 06:37

Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs (No. 234/2016), Prof. Bogdan Koszel, “On the way to Brexit” (Na drodze do Brexitu). 

Bulletin No. 234 has been published in Polish language version only. 



No. 233 Germany and the crisis caused by the influx of refugees - the genesis, reactions and challenges
dodano dnia: 2016-04-13 17:39

Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs (No. 233/2016), DrMarcus Engler, “Germany and the crisis caused by the influx of refugees - the genesis, reactions and challenges” (Niemcy a kryzys wywołany napływem uchodźców – geneza, reakcje i wyzwania).

This text has appeared simultaneously at the Heinrich Böll Foundation’s page as well as in the Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs. It is a prelude to the conference The Impact of the Migrant Crisis on Germany and the European Union to be held in Poznań on April 26, 2016, organized jointly by the Institute for Western Affairs and the Heinrich Böll Foundation.

 

Bulletin No. 233 has been published in Polish language version only. 



No. 232 The risk of growth of public debt in lands and local governments due to the crisis of refugees in Germany
dodano dnia: 2016-04-11 10:02

Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs (No. 232/2016), Dr Marta Balcerek-Kosiarz, “The risk of growth of public debt in lands and local governments due to the crisis of refugees in Germany” (Ryzyko wzrostu zadłużenia krajów związkowych i gmin z powodu kryzysu uchodźców w Niemczech).

 

Bulletin No. 232 has been published in Polish language version only. 



No. 231 Will Poland be ‘the next front of the terrorist struggle’? About a few determinants of terrorist threat
dodano dnia: 2016-04-01 09:23

Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs (No. 231/2016), Prof. Sebastian Wojciechowski, “Will Poland be ‘the next front of the terrorist struggle’? About a few determinants of terrorist threat” (Czy Polska będzie ‘kolejnym frontem terrorystycznej walki’? O kilku determinantach zagrożenia terrorystycznego).

Bulletin No. 231 has been published in Polish language version only. 



No. 230 The participation of the Federal Republic of Germany in arms trade
dodano dnia: 2016-03-31 09:07

Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs (No. 230/2016), Kamil Szubart, “The participation of the Federal Republic of Germany in arms trade” (Udział Republiki Federalnej Niemiec w handlu bronią).

Bulletin No. 230 has been published in Polish language version only. 



No. 229 Turkey, the European Union and refugees. Agreements on handling the migrant crisis
dodano dnia: 2016-03-25 18:02

Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs (No. 229/2016), Dr Joanna Dobrowolska-Polak, “Turkey, the European Union and refugees. Agreements on handling the migrant crisis”.  

The agreements concluded at the European Union Summit of heads of state and government held in Brussels on March 17-18, 2016 raise hopes of coming to grips with the migrant crisis while allowing Germany to salvage its leading role in Europe with that regard. The outcome is a major success of German diplomacy. However, it is marred by the serious flaw of the EU-Turkey agreement being based on a foundation that breaches international law.

The German concept manages to reconcile the irreconcilable: while the latest agreements respond to the demands to abandon the “open door policy” towards migrants, as put to Germany by other European states, they also allow Germany to walk away in the belief that the country managed to stay its policy course and, in view of the partial or complete sealing of borders along the Balkans route, will remain the only European country to fulfill the obligations of international refugee law by willingly accepting refugees.

 

This article is part of a Special Series of Institute for Western Affairs Bulletins dedicated to the current issues of mass human migrations from conflict-torn countries to Europe. Its scope extends to social consequences, public perceptions and views as well as the political and economic challenges associated with the influx of refugees to Germany, Poland and other European countries. A range of perspectives on such issues will be presented in the successive editions of the Bulletin.



No. 228 Federal Republic of Germany: the growing cost of the refugee influx
dodano dnia: 2016-03-21 11:37

Bulletin of the Institute for Western Affairs (No. 228/2016), Prof. Tomasz Budnikowski, “Federal Republic of Germany: the growing cost of the refugee influx”. 

Recent weeks have seen a much more heated debate unfold on the cost of the mass unplanned influx of foreigners into Europe. The issue has moved to the forefront after western states committed to specific amounts which they were prepared to pay Turkey for retaining Syrian refugees within its borders. Germany pledged to allocate a record €2.3 billion through 2020. With the UK excluded from the calculation, Germany’s contribution exceeds those committed jointly by all of the other European Union member states. Note that although Berlin’s pledge is exorbitant, there are countries which chose to commit a greater part of their Gross Domestic Product than Germany.

 

This article is part of a Special Series of Institute for Western Affairs Bulletins dedicated to the current issues of mass human migrations from conflict-torn countries to Europe. Its scope extends to social consequences, public perceptions and views as well as the political and economic challenges associated with the influx of refugees to Germany, Poland and other European countries. A range of perspectives on such issues will be presented in the successive editions of the Bulletin.