The war in Iraq has highlighted sharp differences between Poland and Germany. But it also indicates that the two countries are shedding some of the complexes and constraints in their foreign policies by Inessa Kim WARSAW, Poland–For almost 1,000 years, Polish-German relations have been marked by conflict, disputes, and rapprochements. Over the past 13 years, […]

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