On 22 April, a military prosecutor dropped his investigation into allegations that former Prime Minister Jozef Oleksy had spied for the Soviet Union and Russia. But the allegations continue to be investigated, and debated by the Polish press, and troubling questions about the top institutions of the Polish state and Poland’s relations with Russia remain […]

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