Europe After The Lisbon Treaty. Strategies for the Future
Péter Balázs, Professo , Central European University; former Minister of Foreign Aairs, former EU Commissioner Hungary Jan Gawroński, Member of the Administrative Board, La Fenice Theatre of Venice; former ME , Italy
ciety-oriented model or an post-Soviet inertia one. She noticed that the actions of the government often stood at variance with President’s declarations and instead of bringing order to tax law, improving conditions for business and stimulating the development of industry and small and medium enterprises, their sole discernible eect is the increased competence of tax control authorities.
he new authorities of Ukraine introduced changes in foreign policy. Leonid Kozhara, Vice-President of the Commission for International Aairs of the Par- liament of Ukraine, stated that the current foreign policy is nothing new but the continuation of the policy persistently followed by Ukraine since the nineties. T
Valeriy Chałyj, Deputy Director General, Razumkov Centre for Economic & Political Studies, Ukraine Maria Kanievskaya, Directo , Human Rights Resource Centre, Russia Krzysztof Stanowski, Chairman of the Program Board, Education for Democracy Foundation, Poland
International politics and security