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Paweł Lickiewicz

[Contest] Is Announcing A Contest For An Article On The Eastern Partnership Contest

Our editorial team from portal invites you to enter a contest for the best article exploring the Eastern Partnership (EaP) programme. Our contest is open to students, young journalists, bloggers and everybody interested in international politics. The subject of an entry article must cover the Eastern Partnership in the fields such as:

  • relations between one of the EaP partner states (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine) and the European Union,
  • internal or/and external policy of a chosen EaP partner state,
  • relations between a chosen EaP partner state and Poland or another country of the European Union, including also other EaP partner states. logo

Entry Conditions:

  • 900 – 1500 words
  • language: English, Polish or Russian
  • your text must have a title and a lead (an opening paragraph)
  • your text must have linked sources – a list of references used in your article – at the end
  • hyperlinks and images (you must have permission to use them in your article) are very welcome
  • deadline: November 20, 2011.

Check our website to find exemplary formats of articles.

The first prize is a paper issue of a comprehensive analysis on the subject of the Eastern Partnership authored by the editorial team. All winner articles will be translated accordingly into two other languages and published on our portal in the section “Articles.” We will invite authors of the best texts to start regular collaboration with one of the country sections on

Please send your entry article with a subject Eastbook Contest to Paweł Lickiewicz, e-mail [email protected].

Good luck!

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Redaktor Naczelny portalu 2012-2014. Absolwent Instytutu Europeistyki na Wydziale Dziennikarstwa i Nauk Politycznych w Warszawie. Stypendysta programu LLP Erasmus na malowniczo brzmiącym Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem w Budapeszcie. Gdy się zorientował, że będzie kolejnym humanisto-politologiem, skręcił na Wschód i zaczął specjalizować się w tematyce Europy Wschodniej, Kaukazu i Azji Centralnej. Uwielbia podróże i koszykówkę. Nie przepada za operowaniem absolutami.

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