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Poland’s new look

Donald Tusk, the prime minister of Poland, is an avowed europhile and as such is taking very seriously his country’s upcoming six-month presidency of the European Council. This contrasts with the country’s previous leadership and, for that matter, every other … Continue reading

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Bringing Home the Bacon

The European Voice reports to 2009 figures for the biggest net contributors and net recipients of the EU budget. Highlights: Poland finally overtook Greece as the biggest beneficiary, the former received €6.49 billion more than it paid (contributed €3 billion, received … Continue reading

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Since When Is Poland Pro-EU?

Le Taurillon, the webzine of the Young European Federalists, has a recent article (French) on Poland’s recent turn from intensely eurosceptic government to an enthusiastically Europeanist one. An “every man for himself” mentality is, according to the author, poisoning everything from … Continue reading

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