Wsparcie instytucjonalne transgranicznej współpracy ukraińsko-polskiej w ramach euroregionów „Karpacki” i „Bug”

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Antonina Shuliak
Nazarii Shuliak

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Artykuł przedstawia współpracę ponadgraniczną jako działania kooperatywne, ukierunkowane na cele gospodarcze, społeczne, naukowe, techniczne, środowiskowe, kulturowe i inne, inicjujące i pogłębiające się między społecznościami terytorialnymi, władzami lokalnymi zarówno na Ukrainie, jak i w Polsce. Podstawę metodyczną opracowania stanowią następujące podejścia do badania euroregionów: geograficzne, polityczne, administracyjne, funkcjonalne. Określono definicję euroregionu jako głównej formy współpracy transgranicznej oraz zbadano instytucje promujące taką współpracę między Ukrainą a Polską. Zbadano instytucjonalne wsparcie współpracy transgranicznej w ramach euroregionów „Karpacki” i „Bug.” Scharakteryzowano cechy ukraińsko-polskich euroregionów – „Karpacki” i „Bug.” Zidentyfikowano problematyczne kwestie dotyczące wsparcia współpracy transgranicznej w euroregionie. Ponadto podano zalecenia dotyczące usprawnienia komponentu instytucjonalnego ukraińsko-polskiej współpracy transgranicznej w ramach euroregionów „Karpacki” i „Bug.”

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Shuliak, A., & Shuliak, N. (2021). Wsparcie instytucjonalne transgranicznej współpracy ukraińsko-polskiej w ramach euroregionów „Karpacki” i „Bug”. Środkowoeuropejskie Studia Polityczne, (2), 79-98. https://doi.org/10.14746/ssp.2021.2.5
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Antonina Shuliak, Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University

Antonina SHULIAK – is a Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor of the Department of International Communications and Political Analysis, Dean of the Faculty of International Relations Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University (Lutsk, Ukraine). Twice scholarship holder of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (scholarship for young scientists). Editor-in-Chief of “International Relations, Public Communications and Regional Studies” (Lutsk, Ukraine), thematic editor of the journal of the Nicolaus Copernicus University “History and Politics” (Torun, Poland), and a member of the scientific council of the journal “Annales Universitatis Pedagogice Cracoviensis. Studia de Securitate” (Krakow, Poland). Research interests: information and analytical activities in international relations, foreign policy analysis, political consulting, analytical expertise. Author of more than 160 publications.

Nazarii Shuliak, Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University

Nazarii SHULIAK – is an Assistant of the Department of International Communications and Political Analysis, Faculty of International Relations Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University (Lutsk, Ukraine). Fellow of the University of Warsaw (Programme of the Government of the Republic of Poland for young scientists from Eastern Europe and Central Asia and the Caucasus). He was awarded a scholarship by the President of Ukraine. Research interests: information wars, information support of international relations, information hygiene.

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