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Echoes of WWII
Putin Calls Former Polish Ambassador ‘Anti-Semitic Pig’
Putin said the envoy planned to install a Hitler monument in Warsaw.
What If Trump Calls Putin? Balts and Poles Worry After Syria
Trump's willingness for Russia to return to the G7 and his actions in Syria are raising alarm bells in eastern European countries.
Poland Captures Suspected Russian Spy, Media Reports
Authorities were said to have found weapons and ammunition in the suspect’s apartment.
‘Poland Started WWII’: Russia Reacts to 80th Commemoration Snub
Russian officials and state media have had no shortage of opinions on Poland's snub of Moscow.
Deploying U.S. Troops in Poland Fully Defensive, Ambassador Says in Retort to Russia
Russia had previously called the U.S.-Poland troop deployment "aggressive."
Russia Will Respond to New U.S. Deployment in Poland, Lawmakers Say
Earlier, U.S. President Donald Trump promised to deploy 1,000 U.S. troops to Poland.
Poland Urges Russia to Compensate for Oil Mistakes — Polish Prime Minister
Flows through the Druzhba pipeline were suspended due to contamination, sending shockwaves through global oil markets.
Poland Fires All Russian Diplomatic School Graduates From Foreign Service, Minister Says
Moscow and Warsaw are at odds over the Soviet Union’s role in World War II.
U.S. Base Will Turn Poland Into Potential Target, Russian Senator Warns
Poland offered to pay the United States $2 billion to house a permanent military installation to deter “potential Russian aggression.”
Russia Deports Polish Historian After Stalinist Purge Lecture
Russian historian Dmitry Karnaukhov was deported last month from Poland for what authorities said were anti-Polish activities
Belarus Is the Real Victim of Russia's Zapad War Games (Op-ed)
The hysteria around the exercises puts unprecedented pressures on Minsk.
Russian Politician Blames West For Starting World War II
Alexei Pushkov said Western nations were to blame for appeasing Hitler at the Munich Conference in September 1938
Russia and Poland Feud Over Demolition of Soviet War Monuments
Russian and Polish officials exchanged harsh words on Tuesday over Poland’s most recent move to demolish Soviet-era war monuments
Poland Accuses Russian Air Traffic Controllers of 'Deliberately Provoking' Deadly Smolensk Plane Crash
Polish prosecutors have accused two Russian air traffic controllers of “deliberately provoking” the fatal plane crash which killed former Polish President...
Fake Russian Food Labels Warn Shoppers Against Buying 'Hostile' Polish Goods
Fake food labels planted by Russian activists are warning shoppers against buying "hostile" Polish products. A journalist for the Ekho Moskvy radio station...
Poland To Build Canal To Bypass Russian Waters
Jarosław Kaczyński, leader of Poland's ruling party, has announced plans to build a canal to bypass a stretch of territory controlled by Russia.“By...
Polish Smolensk Crash Commission to Meet Russian Officials
The Polish government is ready to meet with Russian aviation officials to discuss the 2010 Smolensk plane crash, the country’s Vice Defense Minister...
Russian Man Detained for Flying Drone Over Polish Prime Minister's Office
A Russian citizen has been detained in Poland after releasing a drone which flew over the country's Prime Minister's office, Radio Poland reported Monday...
No End In Sight for Russia's Baltic Tit-for-Tat
Over the past two years, the Russian military and the Western NATO military alliance have watched each other along the dividing lines of Eastern Europe...
Russia at the Heart of a Conspiracy Theory Dividing Poland
Polish Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz held a press conference on Thursday, Sept. 15, to discuss the findings of a commission he formed to reopen the...
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