May 16, 2017 - Marcin Kaczmarski
In December 2013, improvements in Polish-Russian relations seemed to be undeniable, culminating in the signing of a “2020” cooperation programme by both ministers of foreign affairs. After only half a year, bilateral relations made a 180-degree shift. Russia was unanimously judged by the Polish elite as the number one threat to Poland’s security.
This essay is from the current issue of New Eastern Europe - Our (R)evolutions.
August 18, 2014 - Marcin Kaczmarski