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The reinstatement of top judges is one of the remaining sticking points as talks inch forward
Even before the emergence of the Omicron variant, some governments were facing resistance to restrictions
Constitutional tribunal’s decision extends Warsaw’s stand-off over rule of law beyond EU
Letters to Warsaw and Budapest are informal step towards a decision on whether to hold back EU funds
The Belarus border crisis shows that the EU’s biggest fear is the return of anti-migrant rightwing populism
Tensions ease after diplomatic moves while flight leaves Minsk to repatriate Iraqis
Diplomatic efforts intensify with second call between Angela Merkel and Alexander Lukashenko
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How following the money is the only way to cut through the strategic weaponisation of ambiguity.
Thousands shunted towards the Polish border in recent months are pawns in a bigger game
Syrian airline and number of Minsk officials on draft list for punitive measures to stop flow of people to border
President Alexander Lukashenko vows to halt flows if Brussels imposes more sanctions over Minsk role in border chaos
A firm stance on Lukashenko’s gangster-like behaviour can be matched with humaneness towards refugees
Should the bloc be flexible on the rules or take a hard line?
Putin urged to put pressure on Lukashenko while Poland seeks action against airlines
The EU must act to defend its values, and protect the vulnerable
Minsk accused of trying to apply pressure to get sanctions lifted
Warnings from Warsaw come after surge in attempts to enter country illegally via its eastern border
Some of the toughest restrictions in the EU are in the spotlight after woman dies of septic shock
Kaczynski’s stand-off with the EU allows him to play the traditional role of defender of an oppressed nation
PGNiG chief says eastern European nation’s crisis ‘shows clearly’ the risks of dependence on Gazprom for fuel
Higher than expected increase is second in two months
Media report suggests new shake-up may worsen spat with Brussels rather than appease it
Brexit trauma argues for a more flexible club but fundamental principles stand in the way
Of 24,500 illegal attempts to cross border in 2021, more than half were this month