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2017 | 78 | 205-208
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Food Safety Doctrine and the food product embargo introduced by the Russian Federation on 7th August 2014

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The predominant goal of this article is to present both the origins and the development of the process of a food product embargo introduction by the Russian Federation. Basing on his own experiences, the author presents the evolution of the Russian embargo from the Polish point of view, as said country has been severely experiencing disadvantages connected with the inability to sell food products to its neighbor, especially when it comes to apples Poland is the biggest producer of in Europe. The major issue touched upon within this publication is the very nature of the embargo – the analysis of whether it is one of the goals of foreign policy realized by Russia and being the response to sanctions adopted after the military intervention in Ukraine or an internal policy aiming at the proper realization of the Food Safety Doctrine.
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205-208
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  • Faculty of Humanities, Institute of Political Science, Pedagogical University of Krakow, Poland
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