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2009 Issue №12

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Formation of American Foreign Policy towards Poland before and in First Years of Cold War

DOI
10.5922/2223-2095-2009-12-6
Pages
37-43

Abstract

The article analyses the mechanisms of the development of American foreign policy towards Central and Eastern Europe on the example of Poland.The author considers a number of factors that influenced the process of the foreign policy development.

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