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Regulator could punish Gazprom and its partners in the German-backed Nord Stream 2 project.
A new study of Polish Twitter confirms the existence of distinct political “bubbles” and the power of traditional influencers, but sparks further questions.
Poland and Co. may be feeling some jitters as the Commission seeks broad new powers against malcontents.
Warsaw pledges to spend billions on cleaner homes and vehicles.
Russian aggression in Eastern Europe is fueling fears among NATO allies, but the White House and Warsaw have been talking missile deals for a decade.
The shadowy figures looming over political life in Romania and Poland offer cautionary tales for Slovakia.
Ruling party, risking EU voting rights suspension, appoints own nominees to judicial watchdog, while Holocaust law might cost Warsaw U.S. funding for military projects.
Although expected, the decision raises questions about how effective EU bodies are in upholding a commitment to common values.