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The Other June 4, 1989

How the events in Tiananmen Square drove the first free election in Eastern Europe from front pages around the world.

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Freeing Poland From the Shackles of Its Debt Mountain

The story of how the transatlantic partners collaborated to help Poland secure a stable future.

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Radek Sikorski: Europe’s Next Top Diplomat?

Why Poland’s foreign minister should become Europe’s new foreign policy chief.

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The EU Saved Poland from Ukraine’s Fate

Russia’s “pacification” policies stand in complete contrast to the EU’s strategy – and results.

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Venezuela Today Vs. the Polish Liberation Episode

Pope Francis and John Paul II are both transformative figures.

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The New Europe: A Wobbly France Is Rebalanced by a Strong Poland

In the new Europe, alliances are thankfully built on performance and competence, not tradition and habit.

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What Poland Asks of Germany (and Britain)

In the eyes of Poland, why has Germany become Europe's indispensable nation?

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Mariusz Handzlik: In Memoriam

Remembering one of the victims of Poland’s recent tragedy.

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An American in Poland, Anno 1983: Return to the West (Part V)

After viewing a country under oppressive Soviet rule, what impressions would an American student take back home?

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An American in Poland, Anno 1983: In Warsaw (Part IV)

What kind of restrictions were placed on the Polish people in 1983?

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