6 February 2003 WARSAW, Poland (Gazeta Wyborcza)–When, in 1993, the Center for Public Opinion Research (CBOS) interviewed Poles about their attitudes towards other nations, we felt more positive than negative only towards Czechs and Slovaks among our neighbors. Negative sentiments towards Lithuanians and Germans were twice as common as positive ones. But, today, there has […]

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