Monday, September 1, 2014

Radek Sikorski

Radek Sikorski is Poland’s foreign minister.

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Newsart for Mazowiecki’s Miracle
Culture & Society 1

Mazowiecki’s Miracle

When Tadeusz Mazowiecki became Poland's first post-communist prime minister in August 1989, he took over control of a country that was politically and economically bankrupt. Though he was in office… read more

Newsart for How to Help Burma
World Affairs 0

How to Help Burma

Across the Middle East, and now in Burma, one of the great questions of contemporary global politics has re-emerged: How can countries move from a failing authoritarianism to some form of… read more

Newsart for Dispersing the Terrorist Storm
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Dispersing the Terrorist Storm

Ten years after 9/11, it is clear that the fanatics behind those attacks miscalculated in two central respects: They regarded Western democracies as weak – unwilling or unable to respond to their… read more

Newsart for The Front Line of Democracy
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The Front Line of Democracy

Peoples in transition from authoritarian rule grapple with political and constitutional decisions that determine their fate for decades. The former communist world made those choices 20 years ago,… read more

Newsart for Time to Ratify New START
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Time to Ratify New START

Ratification of New START will increase mutual trust and show that the West and Russia, despite our disagreements, can work together on issues critical to our common security. That, says Poland's… read more

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