Miejsce Rosji w doktrynie Giedroycia

Między partnerstwem a rywalizacją

Authors

  • Michał Siudak Jagiellonian University, Kraków

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12797/Politeja.18.2021.75.12

Keywords:

geopolitics, Polish-Russian relations, ULB area, Parisian Kultura, Polish Eastern policy

Abstract

The Place of Russia in Giedroyć’s Doctrine: Between Partnership and Rivalry

This article is devoted to the presence of Russia and the Soviet Union in the doctrine of Jerzy Giedroyc, the founder of the Paris-based Kultura – a political centre which significantly influenced and continues to influence Polish Eastern policy. The evolution of the centre's views on the role and place of Russia in the geopolitical security system of Central and Eastern Europe from the immediate post-war period to the fall of communism and Polish accession to the EU and NATO is presented. The article discusses the issue of Polish-Russian geopolitical and geocultural rivalry in Central and Eastern Europe with particular emphasis on Ukraine, and tries to analyse the vision of Polish-Russian relations proposed by the representatives of Polish political and geopolitical thought in exile. The author also asks the question about the topicality of the discussed doctrine in the changing geopolitical system.

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Published

2021-12-16

How to Cite

Siudak, Michał. 2021. “Miejsce Rosji W Doktrynie Giedroycia: Między Partnerstwem a Rywalizacją”. Politeja 18 (6(75):237-61. https://doi.org/10.12797/Politeja.18.2021.75.12.

Issue

Section

Russian Studies