All alone without an alliance structure, Poland has been concentrating on bettering relations with its neighbors. As it waits for a date to be set for talks on joining NATO, the country is quietly and methodically improving civilian control over its military and upgrading equipment and control systems. Its leaders, both civilian and military, grow […]

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