Globalna strategia UE – 5 lat później. Adekwatność w obliczu dynamicznych realiów strategicznych

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Piotr Śledź

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Celem niniejszego artykułu jest weryfikacja, w jakim stopniu treść Globalnej Strategii Unii Europejskiej (EUGS) obejmuje najważniejsze trendy globalne (na poziomie układu sił i porządku międzynarodowego) oraz zjawiska kształtujące środowisko bezpieczeństwa państw członkowskich w wymiarze regionalnym, dostrzegalne w perspektywie pięciu lat od jej przyjęcia. Tego dotyczy też główne pytanie badawcze – w jakim stopniu diagnozy i postulaty zawarte w EUGS pokrywają się z tymi procesami w odniesieniu do okresu lat 2016–2021. Z tego też względu kluczowe podejście badawcze zastosowane w ramach studium to krytyczna analiza materiałów źródłowych.


Globalna Strategia UE co do zasady prawidłowo diagnozuje i interpretuje realia oddziałujące na bezpieczeństwo państw członkowskich – w szczególności w odniesieniu do niektórych procesów zachodzących w skali globalnej o trwałym charakterze, w tym erozji liberalnego porządku międzynarodowego oraz źródeł potencjalnych zagrożeń bezpieczeństwa militarnego – a zawarte w niej postulaty są pragmatyczne i zniuansowane. Jednocześnie w treści dokumentu pominięto lub potraktowano z niedostateczną uwagą pewne istotne zjawiska i okoliczności, na które wskazano w treści artykułu.

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Śledź, P. (2021). Globalna strategia UE – 5 lat później. Adekwatność w obliczu dynamicznych realiów strategicznych. Przegląd Strategiczny, (14), 39-57. https://doi.org/10.14746/ps.2021.1.3
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SECURITY ASPECTS OF EU COUNTRIES
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Piotr Śledź, Uniwersytet Warszawski

Paweł ŚLEDŹ – PhD in Security Studies. Reseach-and-teaching assistant in Department for Strategic Studies and International Security at the Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, University of Warsaw. Research interests: international security in its political and military dimension, European security, the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy, armaments and arms industry, arms control and disarmament, security in international relations theory. Recently published: Bezpieczeństwo międzynarodowe (2020, co-author).

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