German Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht dismissed Poland’s request to donate a Patriot missile defense system to Ukraine, arguing that deployment of the surface-to-air missile system to western Ukraine would have to be agreed to by NATO. “These are Patriot systems that are part of integrated NATO air-defense planning. That’s why it was possible to make […]
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
It does not matter whether Russia or Ukraine fired the missile, Russia is ultimately responsible, former Polish defense minister in the 1990s and foreign affairs expert Jan Parys tells Salon24.pl opinion portal
The withdrawal of Russian forces from Kherson is a defeat that will shift the balance of power on the war front in Ukraine’s favor, says Volodymir Horbach from the Kyiv Institute of Euro-Atlantic Cooperation
Former U.S. Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher has told Polish media outlet Rzeczpospolita that “Germany should not be at the head of the countries reconstructing Ukraine after the war is over” because it was German policy on Nord Stream 2 that contributed to the outbreak of the war
In an exclusive interview, Marek Jurek explains why Poland should have supported Ukraine in resisting the EU’s cynical wartime pressure for the ratification of the Council of Europe’s “Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence,” which promotes gender ideology and seeks to undermine the traditional family model
According to Witold Waszczykowski, if the journey by Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan is a part of a broader U.S. political plan, that could mean the U.S. is returning to prioritizing China as the main threat and neglecting its duties in Europe
The Ukrainian parliament has accepted the Ukrainian president’s legislative proposal to award Poles special status in Ukraine allowing citizens of Poland to stay for 18 months, the right to work, trade, and to have access to education and health services
George Friedman, geopolitical expert and head of the Geopolitical Futures analysis center, told Polska Times that as a result of Russian aggression against Ukraine, Poland’s role in the world has risen
Macron, Scholz, and Draghi did not take the Polish president or prime minister with them to Kyiv, not because Poland matters too little but because it has become too significant for the tastes of “old Europe,” argues Jacek Karnowski for portal wPolityce.pl
Former Agriculture Minister Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski, a Law and Justice MP, has said Polish agriculture could be ruined if Ukrainian grain stays in Poland and is sold on the domestic market rather than exported overseas
The eventual accession of Ukraine to the European Union would have significant consequences for the member states, including shifting the political focus closer to the east of the bloc. It will be a long and complicated process in many areas, writes Jana Juzová, a researcher at the Europeum Institute.
Polish President Andrzej Duda’s visit to address the Ukrainian Parliament came at an important moment, when some in the West seem to be tiring of the war, writes Jerzy Haszczyński for daily Rzeczpospolita
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