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A Transatlantic or European Perspective of World Affairs: NATO and the EU towards Problems of International Security in the 21st Century

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Andrzej Podraza is an Associate Professor, the Director of the Institute of Political Science and International Affairs and the Holder of the Chair of International Relations at the Catholic University of Lublin in Poland. He studied at the Catholic University of Lublin and at Oxford University (St Antony’s College). Previously, he was a Fellow at the International Security Programme at Chatham House (the Royal Institute of International Affairs) in London. He was the main researcher at the project prepared by Chatham House for the EU Commission on the foreign policy decision-making structures in Central and East European countries. He specializes in security, European integration and transatlantic relations. He received a number of grants from the European Union and other sources: Interreg IIIA/Tacis, Jean Monnet Project, Phare Fiesta II and Research Support Scheme of the Open Society Institute. He has published in Polish, English and Ukrainian. His recent publications concern EU Treaty Reforms, Transatlantic Security Relations, the Refugee Crisis, Cybersecurity and Energy Security.

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This book examines the current state and the future of Transatlantic relations and European integration in terms of the impact of main players on the stabilization of the international environment and responding to security threats and challenges. The analysis applies to both theoretical issues and also the actions taken by NATO, the European Union and individual Member States, like the United States, Germany and France. This work examines the possible adequacy of NATO to solve security problems in a situation of rising aspirations of the European Union to play a more significant role in the international arena. The real test for both institutions and the most important powers is the problem of neo-imperial policy of Russia, which seeks to significantly strengthen its position in global politics.

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