Media Watch- October 30
Updated: Nov 5
Leadership during crisis
Video: Polish Prime Minister on war in Ukraine and European energy crisis
Poland demands EUR 1.3 trillion in compensation from Germany for WWII losses
What does Poland demand in its note diplomatique to Germany?
Putin’s next escalation is coming. How should the West respond?
Russia's Comments about a "Dirty Bomb" Betray the State's Weakness
With Western Weapons, Ukraine Is Turning the Tables in an Artillery War
More signs indicate Russia's invasion of Ukraine could be unraveling
Biden Faces New Challenges Holding Together a Coalition to Support Ukraine
A Power Balance Shifts as Europe, Facing a Gas Crisis, Turns to Africa for Help
Putin Is Onto Us
When it comes to energy, the West wants five incompatible things at once.
On Ukraine and on Energy, Germany Is Upsetting Its Allies in Europe
Foreign Outreach Belies Putin’s Nuclear Threats
In the past week, the Kremlin's nuclear blackmail has acquired a somewhat exotic character.
Russia’s Garbled Nuclear Missile Message
Western Progressives and Reactionaries for Putin
Poland welcomes 7.39 million refugees from Ukraine
Three Inquiries, but No Answers to Who Blew Holes in Nord Stream Pipelines
Denmark, Germany and Sweden are all investigating the ruptured pipeline sites, but they remain tight-lipped over who might have caused the damage and why.
Baltics Bring Down the Shutters on Free Migration
Border security has been made a high-sensitivity issue for NATO’s eastern members as Russia and its allies politicized frontier management.
Polish "container town" opens near Ukraine's capital
A residential facility, built from shipping containers provided by Poland, has opened in Vasylkiv, a town near the Ukrainian capital Kyiv.
Poland interested in joining NATO's nuclear sharing program
Poland chooses US to build its first nuclear power plant
Polish PM confirms nuclear power project with US
Poland's prime minister has confirmed that his country will team up with the United States and American company Westinghouse to build its first nuclear power plant.
Poland removes Red Army memorials as Russia wages war in Ukraine
The Polish government has moved to dismantle four more monuments to the Soviet Red Army in various locations around the country, saying they symbolised a system that is still part of the Russian mindset and that contributed to Moscow's brutal invasion of Ukraine.
Another conflict between the EC and the Polish government?