FEATURED COMMENTARY & ANALYSIS
Issue Brief Jul 16, 2021
Poland and the United States: What’s right, what’s not, and what’s next
By Daniel Fried, Jakub Wiśniewski
Around the time of President Joe Biden’s first trip to Europe in June 2021, US-Polish relations experienced a short, but intense, rough patch. Both the United States and Poland need to look hard at what this relationship can do for both countries and for the transatlantic relationship, and at the sources of problems.
New Atlanticist Nov 29, 2021
NATO thwarted a Russian invasion in 1980. Could its playbook work today?
By Ian Brzezinski
As NATO foreign ministers meet this week in Riga, Latvia, they should consider how President Jimmy Carter blocked the Soviets from crushing Poland’s Solidarity movement.
New Atlanticist Nov 4, 2022
Russian War Report: Kremlin-controlled outlet rehashes narrative that Poland plans to annex western Ukraine
By Digital Forensic Research Lab
Once again, Kremlin media alleged that Poland was preparing to annex western Ukraine. In April, the site responsible for the reporting was blocked in Poland.
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