7 November 1999 Soon after Polish government adviser Jerzy Kropiwnicki said the country’s economic prospects looked grim and would continue to deteriorate, Prime Minister Jerzy Buzek decided to send him on a “holiday.” The statement from Kropiwnicki, who heads the government’s Center for Strategic Studies, must have been embarrassing to a cabinet that is striving […]

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