مجلة الاقتصاد الحديث والتنمية المستدامة
Volume 5, Numéro 1, Pages 108-119
Authors : Mohamed Azhar Dr. Ali Imad .
Poland and Ukraine are the two biggest and most populated countries of Central and Eastern Europe. Because of their size, neighborhood and position in the region the two countries have often been compared to France and Germany. Both countries are deeply interested in their mutual cooperation. Such situation steams from five factors: direct neighborhood, common (albeit difficult) history, attractiveness of the Polish lab our market for the Ukrainians, membership of Poland in the Western structures, The aim of the given research is to consider Polish-Ukrainian relations as an example of strategic partnership or at least its most probable model as it is which, in contrast to other declared strategic partnerships, largely meets this definition. Scientific novelty of the work lies in the fact that we aim to apply theoretical indications of strategic partnership to the practical dimension of Polish-Ukrainian relations.
Strategic partnership, political relations, foreign trade, Poland, Ukraine
Said Houari Amel
Dadoua Hadria Nebia