THE GERMAN APPROACH TOWARDS THE ACCESION OF POLAND AND THE CZECH REPUBLIC TO THE EU
The Geopolitical divide that separated Europe did not allow Germany on one side and Poland and Czechoslovakia on the other side to prosper from the potential of their relations. It has rapidly changed after the end of the Cold War, when both sides concluded and began to engage in many bilateral and multilateral treaties and cooperation that culminated in 2004 with the eastern enlargement of the EU. This paper deals with the German approach towards Poland and the present-day Czech Republic at bilateral as well as multilateral level during and before the enlargement itself and combines both political and economic points of view. The outline is based on examination of essential political documents and their further practical effects. The analysis of German approach is based on the characteristic of bilateral relations of the Federal Republic of Germany to the both countries, German incentives for enlargement of the EU as well as different intensity of relations of respected countries.
Poland, International Relations, Germany, EU Enlargement, Czech Republic
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