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Questions: PhD Luc Reydams, prof KUL & PhD Sławomir Łukasiewicz:


  1. Concepts of the European integration
  2. European treaties in historical perspective
  3. Institutions and decision-making process in the European Union
  4. Political parties and party systems in the EU
  5. Democratization of the EU’s functioning
  6. EU Cohesion Policy
  7. The EU as an actor of international relations
  8. Institutionalization of Common Foreign and Security Policy of the EU
  9. Common Foreign and Security Policy of the EU – main vectors
  10. Common Security and Defence Policy of the EU – main vectors
  11. Human Rights in EU External Relations
  12. Polish contribution to trial of major Nazi war criminals (International Military Tribunal Nuremberg)
  13. Human Rights and ‘Helsinki Process’
  14. Human Rights Law v. Humanitarian Law
  15. Raphael Lemkin
  16. Tadeusz Mazowiecki and the Yugoslav Crisis and Tribunal
  17. The EU and the Death Penalty
  18. The EU and the Noble Peace Prize
  19. Non-Refoulement
  20. European Council v Council of Europe
  21. Prospects of the EU enlargement
  22. Brexit – consequences for the EU
  23. Separatisms in Europe
  24. Eastern Partnership – origins and priorities
  25. Priorities of Polish foreign policy
  26. Institutionalization of Polish foreign policy
  27. Polish road to the European Union
  28. Contemporary Polish European Policy
  29. Current Polish debate on European integration





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Questions  B.A Seminar, PhD Sławomir Łukasiewicz:

  1. Definitions of politics.
  2. Political science.
  3. Classification of political systems.
  4. Political system of the European Union.
  5. Regimes of the modern world.
  6. Theories of the state.
  7. States – their roles.
  8. Political ideologies.
  9. Democracy – definitions and models.
  10. Theories of world politics.
  11. Dynamics and tendencies of globalisation.
  12. Subnational politics: centre-periphery relationships.
  13. Machinery of Government: constitutions, the law and judiciaries.
  14. Machinery of Government: parliaments.
  15. Machinery of Government: political executives.
  16. Machinery of Government: state bureaucracies.
  17. Machinery of Government: militaries and police forces.
  18. Theories of decision-making.
  19. Economic systems.
  20. Political culture.
  21. Political communication and public opinion.
  22. Theories of representation.
  23. Electoral systems.
  24. Party types and families.
  25. Types of party systems.
  26. Political groups, interests and movements.
  27. Europarties.
  28. Public policy in the European Union.
  29. Analysis of political crises.
  30. Political leadership.




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  1. Brussels Treaty of 1967
  2. Competences of the EU and their impact on political integration in Europe
  3. Education as a factor of European integration
  4. Europeanism and supranationalism
  5. Fiscal policy of the EU
  6. Future of European integration
  7. Globalisation and European integration
  8. Health in the EU
  9. Historical aspects of European integration: European Atomic Energy Community
  10. Historical aspects of European integration: European Coal and Steel Community
  11. Historical aspects of European integration: European Economic Community
  12. Institutional aspect of European integration: the Commission
  13. Institutional aspect of European integration: the Council and the European Council
  14. Institutional aspect of European integration: the Parliament
  15. Jean Monnet and his influence on European integration
  16. Legal sources of the EU – primary law
  17. Legal sources of the EU – secondary law
  18. Military and the EU
  19. Political and social movements against the EU
  20. Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi and Aristide Briand in the process of European integration
  21. Schengen zone
  22. The role of civil society in European integration
  23. The role of politicians in European integration
  24. The social and cultural roots of European integration
  25. The territory of the EU
  26. Theories of integration: federalism
  27. Theories of integration: multi – level governance
  28. Theories of integration: neofunctionalism
  29. Unitary economy: a basis or an effect of integration in Europe?
  30. Voting rights of the EU citizens


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Ostatnia aktualizacja: 17.04.2019, godz. 10:26 - Tomasz Sieniow