Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau has called on German Chancellor Olaf Scholz “to respect Poland’s sovereignty” and refrain from making statements “that could harm mutual relations.” Scholz chose illegal immigration of all things to criticize Poland about, a topic his government is currently facing a crisis over due to his inability to control Germany’s borders. […]
Despite huge losses for Ukraine in its failed counteroffensive, political pressures mean the war must continue, and this time with higher stakes, writes Paweł Lisicki, the chief editor of Poland’s Do Rzeczy weekly magazine
The past 12 months have finally laid to rest the conviction that foreign policy is the exclusive domain of liberals and social democrats with the ruling conservatives making substantial headway on the world stage, writes Rafał Woś
Poland’s attitude towards Russia will not change but the sympathy to leaders in Kyiv can fade, warns Polish columnist Marek Pyza after the controversial appointment of Andrij Melnyk into the Ukrainian government
Although often mired in different historical constraints, Hungary and Estonia have always had a special bond, not least due to the Finno-Ugric language connecting them, Kristi Karelsohn, Estonian ambassador to Hungary wrote in an article in daily Magyar Nemzet
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