Tag: Poland


The Roots of Russophobia: Meet Pan Duchinsky

Undoubtedly, Pole Franciszek Duchinsky is a man whose name is not well known to the general public but whose thoughts have disseminated far and affected international relations, national ideologies, and the development of the phenomena known as Russophobia. It is typical that not only do none of the contemporary heirs […]


Will The Anglo-American Axis Deploy Nukes To Poland?

Any positive decision would be driven by purely political motives since there’s no military necessity for adding Poland to the nuclear-sharing program. Polish President Andrzej Duda confirmed in an interview during his latest trip to the US that “If our allies decide to deploy nuclear weapons as part of nuclear sharing also […]


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Poland Has Signed Its Own Death Warrant

Poland is currently in a difficult economic and political situation. The grip in which the country has been squeezed by the actions of the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) is pressing Poles from all sides. Inflation is breaking all records, the prices of food, fuel, energy and heating defy […]