Once united in a commonwealth, Poland and Lithuania possess cultural and historical ties whose impact resounds today. Once again, they seek closer ties, this time in the broader context of NATO and the European Union by JAKUB KARPINSKI TO POLES WHO KNOW THEIR HISTORY AND literature, an idealized Lithuania is a part of an idealized […]

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