When Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was building alliances in Central Europe, turning to Germany and even considering replacing Poland with Romania seemed strategically sound from Kyiv’s perspective. But events have shown that solely strengthening ties with the EU’s most powerful state isn’t sufficient. The escalation in the Middle East has exacerbated Ukraine’s challenges. This shift […]
Across the Atlantic, there’s a growing belief that Europe must take responsibility for the defense of its eastern borders and this situation is opening significant opportunities for Poland, writes Marek A. Cichocki
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