The conflict between the Polish president and parliament over key cabinet positions shook up two ministries and ousted the prime minister. Alarmists stress the danger to national security, but foreign policy continues smoothly on its pro-Western track by PAUL LATAWSKI THE MADDENING FREquency with which Polish politics plunges into periods of crisis has perplexed even […]

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