Poland deserves compensation from Germany for losses suffered in World War II
By Maria Szonert Binienda, Esq.
Polish American group asks US Congress to help Poland secure WWII damages from Germany
Europe’s centre of gravity is shifting towards Poland
Leadership in Action – An Eight-Point To-Do List for the Transatlantic Alliance
Precision Weapons Revolution Changes Everything
The military-technological lessons of Russia's war in Ukraine.
What Putin Broke
When Vladimir Putin ordered his troops into Ukraine, the destruction was widespread. Not just to Ukrainian victims of the aggression, but to Russia’s image and its future.
Putin Began His Unjust War One Year Ago. Here’s What Ukraine Needs Now.
Putin won’t stop at Ukraine, Zelensky warns Munich Security Conference
‘Ukrainians are fighting for our freedom’: Polish FM
Poland ready to transfer MiG jets to Ukraine, but as part of broader coalition, says PM
Poland is 'Europe’s defender' and an example to follow
Poland is the most committed of all NATO members in supporting Ukraine and an example for others to follow, Britain’s The Times newspaper has said.
US drones for Polish army
Poland interested in hosting permanent NATO military bases
Harris to Munich, Biden to Poland as Ukraine anniversary looms
Poland's president hails significance of upcoming Biden trip
Polish president launches diplomatic drive ahead of Biden visit
Polish president says he will ask Biden to send more US troops to Poland
Ukrainians Demonstrate Training on Leopard Tanks in Poland
Kyiv’s troops are getting a crash course in using the German-made tanks, less than three weeks after Berlin agreed, under pressure from Poland and others, to let them go to Ukraine.
More countries pledge tanks for Ukraine: Polish defence minister
Russia lost about half of its tanks since invading Ukraine, a new report says.
Blinken Says U.S. Believes China Is Considering Giving Russia Weapons
NATO must bolster eastern flank: Polish president
Putin, czar with no empire, needs military victory for his own survival
Polish general to head Eurocorps
HIMARS launchers will be on Jelcz [Polish-made trucks]
The Polish army will have its first squadron of HIMARS launchers and related equipment this year
Warsaw threatens 'further action' if Belarus 'continues to persecute Poles'
Eight complaints against Poland
The European Court of Human Rights has communicated eight complaints against Poland filed by Polish judges
Polish economy below the EU average
Poland's GDP growth will be lower than the European Union average this year. For the first time since joining the EU.
Polish economy in deep recession