For millions of Ukrainians, Poland’s introduction of visas has changed life dramatically. An Iron Curtain really has fallen. LVIV, Ukraine–In October I was invited to a Ukrainian-Polish economic forum and musical festival in Wroclaw, Poland. Such gatherings have become regular events, attracting media from both countries. In the past, traveling from Lviv to next-door Poland […]

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