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  • Poles Apart: Putin, Poland and the Nazi-Soviet Pact

    by Geoffrey Roberts

    As the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II approaches, two of that war’s main victims – Poland and Russia – are once again embroiled in a highly emotional dispute about its origins. At the heart of the matter is the perennial controversy about the Nazi-Soviet pact of 23 August 1939. 



  • Putin’s Big Historical Lie

    by Anne Applebaum

    In a series of comments in late December, the Russian president appeared to blame Poland for the outbreak of the Second World War.



  • More Devoted to Order Than to Justice

    by Ibram X. Kendi

    Political moderates who counsel against confrontation and warn of incivility would abandon the tools that have changed America for the better.



  • Poland's Muslim Ban

    by Daniel Pipes

    Why have Poles responded so differently from Western Europeans to Muslim migration?



  • Poland amends controversial Holocaust law

    The amendment removes fines or criminal penalties of up to three years in prison for anyone found guilty of ascribing Nazi crimes to the Polish nation or state.