June 5, 2014

A Day for Poland's Dreamers

Jeffrey Simpson, Globe and Mail

The Associated Press

They said the same thing and dreamed the same dream, a dream that when they explained it to visitors in the early 1980s seemed wildly implausible, even dangerous. We want to re-enter Europe – Western Europe, as it was then called. We want to become members of the European Community, as the European Union was then called. And we want to become members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

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