While pushing to join Western institutions and expand regional economic ties, Warsaw cannot afford to alienate its large and powerful eastern neighbor by PAWEL SWIEBODA YET AGAIN AT A HISTORICAL CROSS-roads, Poland today faces a double foreign policy challenge. Squeezed between the European Union and NATO on one side and Russia on the other, Poland […]

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