Germany and Poland have overcome a legacy of antagonism to forge a post-Soviet rapprochment – which both countries hope will lead to Poland’s integration into the Western community i> by Elizabeth Pond BONN-German-Polish reconciliation today is deliberately and successfully imitating the German-French reconciliation of 30 years ago. On the face of it, this new fraternization […]

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