Posts Tagged ‹Poland

Sunday, October 16th, 2016

The Contribution of Military Members in Creating a Transparent Security Policy: the Case of Poland

This study aims to give an empirical overview of the contribution of military members and the public in the process of creating transparent security policy in the Republic of Poland. A qualitative-quantitative approach will be used from analyses of academic publications and scientific papers, as well as answers from interviews...
Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Some Histories Stay Secret, but not Entirely Silent: Dealing with the Communist Past in Central and Eastern Europe

Abstract: From 2004 onwards, a second wave of lustration proposals emerged throughout Central and Eastern Europe, at a time when EU accession already started. Among the post-communist states, Poland, already an EU member state, extended the purpose of its previous lustration law in 2006. The same year marked the heated...

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