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Media Watch- December 3

Give the Kremlin an Inch and it Will Take Half of Europe

Signs of Western hesitation over support for Ukraine encourage Russian propagandists to speculate on which country might be the next victim.

Writer Dmitry Lekuh said that Poland is “the next candidate to be thrown under Russian tanks.” He asserted that “dividing Poland between Russia and Germany is our national pastime.”

 

Poland's president swears in a government expected to last no longer than 14 days

 

The new cabinet is not a government, but a cabaret troupe

According to a Civic Platform (PO) spokesman, the Prime Minister reported to the President a government that has no chance of gaining support; this was purely a PR play.

 

Law and Justice spokesman still believes in success

 

Poland's Tusk named most influential person in Europe by the Politico news service.

 

Polish FM launches diplomatic drive against EU treaty changes

The Polish foreign minister has said he will try to persuade his European counterparts this week to reject proposed amendments to European Union treaties, as these changes could strip member states of crucial powers.

 

Poland calls for debate on proposed EU treaty changes: FM

 

Poland's foreign minister has said that proposed changes to European Union treaties must not be adopted without discussion among member states.

Poland leads NATO cyber defense exercise

 

NATO chief urges allies to sustain support for Ukraine

 

Blinken reaffirms 'unwavering' NATO support for Ukraine

 

Give the Kremlin an Inch and it Will Take Half of Europe

Signs of Western hesitation over support for Ukraine encourage Russian propagandists to speculate on which country might be the next victim.

>>Writer Dmitry Lekuh said that Poland is ‘the next candidate to be thrown under Russian tanks.’ He asserted that ‘dividing Poland between Russia and Germany is our national pastime.’<<

 

A New Vision for the Transatlantic Alliance: The Future of European Security, the United States, and the World Order after Russia’s War in Ukraine

The equation is simple. Europe is not secure if Ukraine is not secure, and the United States is not secure if Europe is not secure.

[Long read]

 

The Intertwined Futures of Russia, Ukraine, and the US

Russia is suffering from imperial overreach, and Ukraine from its David versus Goliath battle at a time when the US is deeply divided over foreign affairs. How can they salvage their futures?

 

Poland's new air hub should be priority for NATO, says US expert

 

West must support Ukraine's bid to join NATO: Polish lawmaker

 

Ukraine aid’s best-kept secret: Most of the money stays in the U.S.A.

By Marc Thiessen

 

Former Polish Land Forces Commander doubts success of Ukrainians

 

Bringing Ukraine Into NATO Without World War III

NATO should immediately begin consultations in the NATO-Ukraine Council about Ukraine joining the alliance as soon as possible, including a detailed Article 5 plan.

 

Latvia's chief diplomat pursues NATO's top job, saying a clear vision on Russia is needed

 

Central European interior ministers agree to step up fight against illegal migration at EU borders

 

Poland to send advisors to Finland amid Russia's 'hybrid attack

 

Crisis on the Polish-Ukrainian border continues

 

Poland's Tusk slams gov't for 'inaction' over trucker protest at Ukraine border

 

Poland honoured by Ukraine's Greek Catholic Church for helping refugees

 

Poland’s radical antiabortion law didn’t have the intended effect

 

Volhynia and the forgotten massacre of the Second World War

By Norman Davies

 

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