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Law and Justice government interferes with war museum in Gdansk
Polish treatment of Jews is questioned — even Lech Walesa is under attack, writes Jan Gross
Evidence likely only to deepen the split between two sides of Polish society
Documents show regime paid former president for information, say Polish investigators
Jan Kulczyk demonstrated to his peers that capital did not only have to flow from west to east
Russia is pursuing an ambitious grand strategy: divide the EU, undermine Nato, writes Anne Applebaum
How Europe and China have taken divergent paths
Wojciech Jaruzelski, Poland’s last communist ruler, dies at 90
Catholic intellectual and dissident who set off democratic change
Republican challenger to stress liberty on overseas trip
Poland’s swift economic growth has taken little more than two decades
It is time we began to think in terms of greater Europe, rather than of the former eastern and western blocs, writes John Lloyd
Kaczorowski kept alive Poland’s hopes of freedom during Communist rule for 45 years
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