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Przegląd Europejski 2/2022

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The issue deals mainly with such topics as the paradigm of the European Union’s science diplomacy; the EU’s policies on non-discrimination, development and cyber security; and the presence of the radical right and the Greens in Europe. The first topic... czytaj więcej

Przegląd Europejski 2/2022

Redaktor naczelna Marta Witkowska
Name of the series / journal: Przegląd Europejski
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Edition:
1
Place and year of publication:
Warszawa 2022
Publication language:
polski
,
rosyjski
,
angielski
ISBN/ISSN:
1641–2478
EAN:
977164124722202
Number of page:
198
Binding:
Miękka
Format:
17x24 cm
Weight:
340 g
Method of publication:
Druk
Publication type:
Praca naukowa
The issue deals mainly with such topics as the paradigm of the European Union’s science diplomacy; the EU’s policies on non-discrimination, development and cyber security; and the presence of the radical right and the Greens in Europe.

The first topic is presented in a theoretical article that examines approaches to defining the concept of science diplomacy and its origins. It attempts to describe the specifics of the EU’s science diplomacy and analyzes the Union’s activities in this area during the COVID-19 pandemic. It also identifies directions for change that will clarify the place and role of the EU’s science diplomacy in the future.

The paper on anti-discrimination policy outlines the differences regarding the regulation of LGBT rights in EU member states in relation to the Copenhagen criteria, as well as the international demands of the LGBT community. It takes into account the controversy that regulations introduced in Europe and around the world are sparking in Poland, especially the most frequently discussed topics, such as same-sex partnerships and marriage and the adoption of children by homosexual couples.

The article on the European Union’s development programs for Brazil seeks to answer a research question about their effectiveness. The analysis shows that the majority of funds is allocated to urban infrastructure development, climate change adaptation and prevention, and investment in human capital. The Union also runs several campaigns to promote gender equality, inform people about the dangers of HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis, and promote sexual health.

Cyber security is the subject of a study that presents a comparative analysis of the regulations on the provision of digital services and cyber security under the NIS Directive and its implementing acts in the Republic of Malta and the Republic of Poland.

The last of the issue’s main topics is dealt with in two articles. In the first one, the Author describes the sudden emergence of the Vox political party in the milieu of the European radical right and its consolidation as the third most elected party in Spain. The Vox party’s discourse and political program are based on nationalism expressed through a defense of the integrity of the Spanish nation, an authoritarian view of a society attached to the values of law and order, a defense of traditional values, and an economic program with a clear neoliberal component. This makes Vox a unique member of the family of right-wing radical parties on the European scene.

The second article is an analysis of the presence and achievements of Green parties in the governments of Central and Eastern European countries. In recent years, many Green parties and movements have achieved significant electoral or general political successes in the developed democracies of Western Europe. However, their ideological counterparts in the new democracies often remain outside the sphere of power and are not elected to parliaments, with the result that they have little influence on the allocation of budgets. This situation gives rise to an important debate about the position of “green” politics in the context of social and political divisions in post-socialist societies.

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