November 2, 2012

Poland's Never-Ending National Nightmare

Liam Nolan, The Atlantic

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Just when Poles thought the ghost of Smolensk had disappeared, up it popped again. Last week, Polish military authorities exhumed the body of another wrongly identified victim of the April 2010 airplane crash that killed Poland's former president, his wife, and 94 other passengers -- the third case so far this year.

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TAGGED: Lech Kaczynski, Poland, Smolensk, Europe


POLAND’S centrist government is being battered on all sides. Growth is slowing, unemployment remains high, and a combination of austerity and scandal is stoking public discontent. Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of the opposition... more ››
November 1, 2012
No, Obama Did Not Abandon Poland
Stephen Flanagan, Foreign Policy
In the foreign policy debate last week, Governor Mitt Romney repeated an assertion he's made throughout the campaign: that, in "pulling our missile defense program out" of Poland, President Obama failed to stand by a key NATO... more ››
October 21, 2012
Seven Days That Shook David Cameron
Iain Martin, Daily Telegraph
It's been one of the worst weeks since the Prime Minister came to power. How can the Government get back on track? more ››
October 21, 2012
The EU's Hezbollah Fixation
Jerusalem Post
Europe permits a dormant terrorist potential to thrive in its midst, and it knows so, its denials notwithstanding. more ››
October 21, 2012
Why Serbia Still Can't Condemn Racism
Slobodan Georgiev, Observer
The scenes at the match against England last week shocked the rest of the football world. But the reaction in Serbia lays bare the contradictions at the nation's very heart. more ››