Events from the recent months behind our eastern border has drastically changed the nature of the West relations with Russia. The crisis over the geopolitical future of Ukraine means, that the European Union and United States must redefine their relations with Russia. The talks between NATO and Russia held in 2009-2010 about the strategic partnership seems a distant history today. The tensions in political and military relations grow and in the information space the war has been going on.

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The aviation sector in Germany is currently amongst the most powerful in Europe. The volume of passengers carried (the number of passengers who use German airports) is the highest in Europe (in EU it is positioned second after the Great Britain). The next issue of The German Bulletin is dedicated to the air transport in Germany, its roles and impact on Poland. The author of the analysis is Adam Hoszman, a Ph.D. student at the College of Management and Finance at Warsaw School of Economics.

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After the shot down of the Malaysian passenger plane boeing 777 in East Ukraine, and the announcement of the Russian president, Vladimir Putin regarding the intensification of military potential of his country, in Europe fear against Moscow heightens. In the talk with Onet prof. Jerzy Maria Nowak (The Euro-Atlantic Society) and former Polish ambassador to NATO highlights, that there should be an increased presence of military and Alliance structures especially in the Baltic countries and in Poland.

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