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Natolin European Centre is a research centre dealing with issues pertaining to European integration and Euro-Atlantic security. Our mission is to integrate representatives of the academic community, think-tanks and practitioners in order to deepen the understanding of challenges of today's international policy.

Research programmes conducted in Natolin European Centre refer to evolution of European integration ideas and concepts (History of European thought), institutional and legal aspects of EU functioning (Institutions and Policies of European Union); strategic and institutional foundations of transatlantic security (Euro-Atlantic security in 21st century); the EU Justice and Home Affairs cooperation (wsisw), and political and cultural aspects of EU influence on countries covered by European Neighbourhood Policy and Russia (Europe and its neighbours).


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Natolin Review

New Europe. Natolin Review 1 (20) 2017

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Natolin Review

New Europe. Natolin Review 1 (19) 2016

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Natolin Review

New Europe. Natolin Review 2 (18) 2014

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Natolin Monographs

Natolin Monographs (2016)
edited by Marek A. Cichocki & Tomasz Grzegorz Grosse

The ASPECTS of a crisis. An analysis of crisis management
from an economic and political perspective


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Natolin Paper 61 (2014)
Szymon Pawłowski

European Central Bank
in the face of the debt crisis


Natolin Review

New Europe. Natolin Review 1 (17) 2014

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Natolin Analyses 2/2014
Stanisław Kluza

The banking union from the perspective
of a non-eurozone host supervisor


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New Europe. Natolin Review 3 (16) 2013

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Natolin Review

New Europe. Natolin Review 2 (15) 2013

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Natolin Review

New Europe. Natolin Review 1 (14) 2013

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Natolin Analyses 1/2013
Andrzej Kozłowski

The European Union posture towards
the war in Georgia in 2008.
The assessment, implications and the aftermath


Natolin Review

New Europe. Natolin Review 2 (13) 2012

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Natolin Analyses 6/2012
Andrzej Kozłowski

The United States posture towards the war in Georgia in 2008.
The assessment, implications and the aftermath


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New Europe. Natolin Review 1 (12) 2012

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New Europe. Natolin Review 1 (11) 2011

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New Europe. Natolin Review 2 (10) 2010

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The Black Sea Region and EU Policy
The Challenge of Divergent Agendas


Edited by Karen Henderson and Carol Weaver,
University of Leicester

Ashgate 2010

The Black Sea region rarely hit the media headlines until the outbreak of war in Georgia in 2008, yet its importance as a focus of European Union (EU) external policy making had already been growing for several years. The area is fascinating and diverse, comprising both large and small states, with a mixture of democracies and more authoritarian regimes. Traditionally a central foreign policy concern for Russia and Turkey, since the end of the Cold War, the EU and the US have become increasingly involved in the many dimensions of Black Sea politics.

This book brings together a broad range of specialists on the region to analyze the challenge of divergent agendas both within and outside the EU. More specifically it looks at how the EU's enlargement to include states on the Black Sea shore has brought about new external policies including the European Neighbourhood Policy, Black Sea Synergy and the Eastern Partnership, all representing subtly different aims and interests. The various sections in the book also examine regionalization, conflict resolution, security, relationships between the Black Sea's states and last but not least, the vital issue of energy which has begun to dominate the discussion of the region.

Designed to further the debate on the future of EU policies for the Black Sea region, this book is an essential resource for researchers, students and others in search of a coherent picture of the inter-relationship of EU initiatives and policies in the region.

www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409412014


Leitbilder for the Future of the European Union
Dissenting Promoters of Unity


Edited by Gesa-Stefanie Brincker, Mathias Jopp, Lenka Anna Rovná

Nomos 2011

An ever growing European Union (EU)? Treaty reforms, EU-budget negotiations and Euro-zone enlargements: European integration was put to a great test at the beginning of the 21st century. How were these developments and especially the way to the Lisbon Treaty experienced in different EU member states? How did the variety of actors in seven exemplified countries react to these changes and a growing heterogeneity within the EU? How did they thus formulate their ideas for the future of the Union, their Leitbilder?

The approach of this research originates in the basic assumption that Leitbilder can be seen as a key factor in the development of the EU. Such Leitbilder contain conceptual statements dealing with the underlying institutional and constitutional construction of the EU and its potential finalité. They can also relate to elements of the integration process, for example specific policy areas. The analysis of Leitbilder in old and new EU member states answers the questions in which way the spectrum of the Euro-political Leitbilder changed with enlargement and if, as a consequence of potentially increasing heterogeneity within the EU, there are foreseeable tendencies of greater fragmentation, continuity or reinvention.

www.nomos-shop.de/11675


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Institutional Design and Voting Power in the European Union

Edited by Marek A. Cichocki, Natolin European Centre
and Karol Życzkowski, Jagiellonian University

Ashgate 2010

Leading global experts in the field of politics and mathematics bring forth key insights on how voting power should be allocated between EU member states, and what the policy consequences are of any given institutional design. Close attention is paid to the practical implications of decision-making rules, the nature and distribution of power, and the most equitable ways to represent the preoccupations of European citizens both in the Council and European Parliament.

Highly theoretical and methodologically advanced, this volume is set to enrich the debate on the future of the EU's institutional design. A valuable source of information to scholars of political science, European studies and law, as well as to people working on game theory, theory of voting and, in general, applications of mathematics to social science.

www.ashgate.com/isbn/9780754677543


A Transformation Gap?

A Transformation Gap?
American Innovations and European Military Change

Edited by Terry Terriff, Frans Osinga, and Theo Farrell
Stanford University Press 2010

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