June 25, 2014

U.S.-Polish Relationship Is Worthless - for America

Doug Bandow, The National Interest

The Associated Press

Washington should reconsider who it protects from whom, reserving “worthwhile” alliances for countries that offer something meaningful to America in return.

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TAGGED: United States, NATO, Poland

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