Search: USA,Poland (8 materials)

Poland’s Russia Sickness”: Does Support for Ukraine’s Conflict with Russia Serve U.S. Long-Term Strategic Goals and Regional Stability?

... reflects the name of the book by the Polish professor emeritus Bronisław Łagowski, originally published as ‘Polska chora na Rosję’. Since the “war scare in Donbass is receding,” as Carnegie Moscow’s Director, Dimitri Trenin, argues , and Poland is to be found among the countries most fiercely lobbying for Ukraine’s membership in NATO—a move which not only risks escalating tensions with Russia but also has a great potential of being detriment of the possible U.S. attempts to “chart ...


The Fight for Nord Stream 2: The Interests of all the Players Involved

... original Nord Stream came under strong criticism, and a 2014 visit of U.S. senators to Bulgaria was soon followed by the refusal of the authorities in that country to go ahead with the Gazprom project to build South Stream on its territory. Even earlier,... ... the other, a number of these projects will simply not be profitable. The construction of Nord Stream 2 would actually benefit Poland. The more Russian gas going to Germany, the greater the surplus of the raw material that can subsequently be traded on ...


How to Make Enemies and Alienate Friends

... embassy in Israel to Jerusalem by the end of 2019, Trump has assured his detractors and Jews living in Israel that those accusations are unfunded - or at least very difficult to challenge. In November 2005, the UN General Assembly established the International ... ... army on January 27, 1945 as a date for celebration. It’s therefore understandable why Rex Tillerson scheduled his visit to Poland in late January, after visiting London, Paris and the economic forum in Davos. The importance of ...


What does the post-Brzezinski era hold for the future of the U.S. role and its geostrategic imperatives in an ever more polarized world?

... resonate with the general opinion of the mainstream media in Poland, but not necessarily with the views of their audience. “Poland lost a great ally and guide. No successors can be seen on the horizon,” wrote a prominent journalist Bartosz Weglarczyk ... ... “non-governmental, non-partisan discussion group” gathering politicians and businessmen wishing to deepen the alliance between the USA, Western Europe and Japan. Nevertheless, as I came to know in the course of broadening my knowledge in the American political ...


Ernest Wyciszkiewicz: The EU and NATO are the Cornerstones of Polish Security

... ground was reinforced after the annexation of Crimea along with the military build-up of Russian forces. Having NATO soldiers in Poland and in the Baltic states is obviously a part of reassurance policy badly needed under current circumstances. It is not ... ... government aims for. Yet, even if we apply military balance of capabilities approach, these measures – a couple of thousand soldiers rotating – cannot be seriously interpreted as something that changed material situation significantly. In ...


Recent International Processes’ effects on the Socio-Political Situation in Ukraine

... world and what it all means for the future of Ukraine have reached fever pitch. The recent NATO Summit in Warsaw, the attempted coup in Turkey, the complicated dynamics of the development of Ukraine’s relations with important regional partner (Poland) and the threat of the situation in Donbass escalating – all this has sent shockwaves around the country. The NATO Summit in Warsaw In his analytical report , “First Hand Results of the NATO Summit in Warsaw,” Co-Director of ...


Europe under Aegis

... defence (BMD) base at Deveselu, Romania, had been put into operation. This marked the second phase of the European Phased Adaptive Approach (EPAA) announced by Barack Obama in 2009. Immediately thereafter, construction of a similar base in Redzikowo, Poland began as part of the third EPAA phase . These events force us once again to reflect on the potential threat that the United States’ current plans to deploy BMD in Europe poses to Russia’s national security. Aegis Ashore EPAA replaced ...


The Pentagon’s Compelling Arguments

... potential serious consequences of this initiative by the Pentagon, particularly with regard to relations between Russia and NATO. A U.S. Army fire team from the 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment scouts a simulated enemy obstacle during Joint ... ... hardware sufficient to support a squadron (approximately 150 servicemen) and send Central European countries – Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria and Romania – equipment for an entire battalion (roughly 750 servicemen). It is remarkable that the Baltic ...


Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
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