Media mentions – ECFR Warsaw
This year will be crucial for Poland’s place in the EU. The most important decisions will be taken in Warsaw. They will determine for a long time the parameters of Polish policy in the EU
These are the biggest protests in three decades, posing a real threat to those in power, who have completely lost the trust of their citizens
The difference with the current situation is that the protests have now rapidly spread throughout Kazakhstan and have taken on a political dimension
The latest confrontation between Warsaw and Brussels is more than a judicial disagreement
The belief that the EU institutions will effectively prosecute iniquities is based on illusions
If we compare Trump’s strategy and objectives with Biden’s position, the main difference is that Trump’s policy really was about weakening the European Union. Biden is thinking differently.
Poland’s foreign policy can’t find its compass. The Western world is about to experience a redistribution in the global game but Warsaw is more disoriented than ever before.
Nord Stream 2 is just the tip of the iceberg. In Poland, this problem was perceived one-dimensionally – from the perspective of whether or not a gas pipeline will be built.
Conflict over a coal mine at the border with Czechia lays bare Poland’s impending collision course with the EU