2. The past as prologue: the culture of Polish foreign and security policy.
3. The emergence of an Atlanticist: the strategic orientation of Polish security policy after 1989.
4. The EU as a security actor: the Polish perspective.
5. Eastern policy - Poland's specialism.
6. Poland in the enlarged EU.
Professor Adam Rotfeld, former Foreign Minister of Poland (2005)
- Evaluation of Poland as by far the largest and most vocal of all the countries joining the EU
- An authoritative account of Poland's emerging foreign and security policies and its confidence and assertiveness over the European constitution
- Exploration of Poland's strong support for US policy over Iraq, its military potential, its proven capacity to use armed force and its de facto role as a regional leader
- Argues that Poland will have a defining influence not only on the nature of transatlantic relations, but also on the EU's emerging international identity