February 21, 2014

Poland's Big Opportunity in Ukraine

Alex Berezow, RealClearWorld

The Associated Press

Here's some unsolicited advice for Mr. Tusk: Try harder. Why? Because if Poland plays a pivotal role in brokering a deal in Ukraine, at least three good things will happen for Poland.

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TAGGED: Ukraine, Poland, European Union, Europe


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