GOOD GIRLS SELDOM MAKE FOREIGN POLICY

The article presents a result of the number of interviews made by the author in Warsaw, Kyiv and Berlin about the role women play in the foreign policy of their respective states. The author aim to answer why, despite very clear and prominent declarations of equal opportunity, women still seem to be pushed aside and whether men are destined to remain in control of the foreign policy and diplomacy. Comparing three countries similarities and differences are presented in perceiptions and practises

The article presents a result of the number of interviews made by the author in Warsaw, Kyiv and Berlin about the role women play in the foreign policy of their respective states. The author aim to answer why, despite very clear and prominent declarations of equal opportunity, women still seem to be pushed aside and whether men are destined to remain in control of the foreign policy and diplomacy. Comparing three countries similarities and differences are presented in perceiptions and practises
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Iwona Reichardt

Iwona Reichardt is the deputy editor-in-chief of New Eastern Europe (Poland). She has a PhD in Political Science from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. Her previous experience includes Foreign Policy magazine in Washington DC, and five years of policy analysis work with the World Bank. Iwona is also the author of a number of academic and policy papers, published in both Polish and English


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