Sea Change in Poland — What Might it Mean?
Poland’s three main opposition parties won more than 50% of the vote in the October 15 election and look set to form a government. What might result?
Poland’s Transformative Election
How Europe Would Benefit From a New Government in Warsaw
By Daniel Fried and Alina Polyakova
A Less Polarized Poland? Not Yet, Election Results Suggest.
Mass grave of Poles killed by Ukrainian nationalists in 1945 discovered in western Ukraine
Russian Victory Would Bring Darkness to the Heart of Europe
If the US removes its support and Russia wins, Ukraine will become a dark space threatening peace and security all along NATO’s border.
Dear Reader, Ukraine’s Bell Tolls for You Too
The Sky-High Costs of Abandoning Ukraine
It’s far from clear that the US will agree to send more aid to Ukraine. That raises deeply worrying questions about the future.
EU leaders reaffirm support for Ukraine at Brussels summit
Without the United States, Europe Is Lost
There is a very bleak future for Europe if the US pulls back. There’s not much time to turn this around.
Has the Kremlin’s Dream of Global Chaos Come True?
Putin has anticipated and contributed to the breakdown of the post-World War II order for many years. Does the world’s increasing instability mean he is achieving those objectives?
Poland to block EU migration pact
Polish gov’t spokesman says MEPs seek to abolish nation states
Freelancing flourishes in Poland, new study reveals