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815 words Address by Bronislaw Geremek, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, at the ceremony of deposition of Protocols of Poland's Accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization on March 12, 1999 in Independence, MO.
1,050 words Poland's place in the world as outlined by Poland's Representative to NATO and the Western European Union (WEU) on the eve of her 1999 accession to the NATO alliance.
980 words Article occasioned by a February 17, 1999 vote of the Polish Sejm (lower house of deputies) allowing the President to ratify Poland accession to NATO. The significance of the accession is discussed.
610 words Chronology of Poland accession to NATO covering the period 1990 to 1999
10,900 words The 1995 report provides a comprehensive examination of the Polish Republic's relations with NATO since the end of the Cold War in the context of the aims of Polish security policy and the emerging problems of European security. The authors, a most impressive group of former senior officials from Poland's Ministries of Foreign Affairs and National Defense, wordked under the auspicies of the Center for International Relations in Warsaw.
1,430 words A Warsaw Voice article occasioned by the March 12, 1999 ceremony marking Poland Accession to NATO
11 articles A special March 13, 1999, supplement of the Warsaw Voice produced together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland
1,390 words An address by President of the Polish Republic Aleksander Kwasniewski at the XIIIth NATO Workshopheld in Warsaw in June 1996.
500 words Basic document of 16th December 1997 inviting Poland to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organizartion
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