A couple of days have passed since the landmark U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, and the Vatican, to put it politely, has refrained from strongly supporting a decision which will certainly lower the number of abortions in the United States. Some analysts have already noticed that the pope did not mention […]
There are two ways the U.S. can handle Russia, either by appeasing it as is proposed by Kissinger or by confronting and trying to weaken it, a strategy the U.S. seems to have chosen which is good for Poland, asserts Bartłomiej Radziejewski, the director of the Nowa Konfederacja think tank
Jakub Maciejewski, the war correspondent in the Donbas for portal wPolityce.pl, writes that the scale of the destruction of Ukraine is such that Poland, if it is to be a key player in the post-war process, must have a strategy in place to handle the reconstruction process
The United States is only one decision away from sending large transports of armaments to Ukraine, but many other states have already done so, writes Andrzej Łomanowski in his analysis for ‘Rzeczpospolita’ daily
Eighty-two years ago, on Sept. 15, 1939, American photographer Julien Bryan appealed to US President Franklin D. Roosevelt via radio to send aid to Warsaw, which was besieged by Nazi Germany’s armed forces
“Today, American society is much more polarized, differentiated, atomized, and in huge cities, jaded. Even American elites are people with completely different approaches to life than 20 or 30 years ago, when traditional American values were still alive.”
At least 70 people, including a dozen U.S. service members, were killed on Thursday when Islamic State militants detonated two bombs that ripped through crowds outside of the American-controlled airport in Kabul, Pentagon officials said.
Marine Le Pen has harshly criticized the Biden administration for ceding Kabul and Afghanistan to Taliban fighters, stating that it shows the US is no longer able to defend the interests of the free world.
Donald Tusk has stayed totally silent with regard to the US administration’s U-turn on Nord Stream 2, but when Tusk was in power, he followed without question the interests of Germany and Western Europe, writes Marek Pyza
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