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The Death Penalty Saves Lives

November 26, 2007 // Najwyzszyc Czas - Poland - Polish

In the USA, discussions commenced about whether the death penalty deters potential murderers, and thus saves the lives of prospective victims. The New York Times reported the results of a study conducted over the past decade, which suggests that capital punishment could be saving lives. The study indexed the number [Read more]

The Death Penalty Saves Lives

November 26, 2007 // Najwyzszyc Czas - Poland - Polish

In the USA, discussions commenced about whether the death penalty deters potential murderers, and thus saves the lives of prospective victims. The New York Times reported the results of a study conducted over the past decade, which suggests that capital punishment could be saving lives. The study indexed the number [Read more]

Poland Beware: American Colossus Changes Course

June 11, 2007 // Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland - Polish

Andrzej Lepper [leader of the extreme right-wing party, Self-Defense of the Republic of Poland] has praised President Lech Kaczyński for being "brave" during talks with President Bush. Whereas valor in the head of state is important for a nation's emotional well-being, it is insufficient as a basis for foreign policy [Read more]

Poland Beware: American Colossus Changes Course

June 11, 2007 // Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland - Polish

Andrzej Lepper [leader of the extreme right-wing party, Self-Defense of the Republic of Poland] has praised President Lech Kaczyński for being "brave" during talks with President Bush. Whereas valor in the head of state is important for a nation's emotional well-being, it is insufficient as a basis for foreign policy [Read more]

Poland Beware: American Colossus Changes Course

June 11, 2007 // Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland - Polish

Andrzej Lepper [leader of the extreme right-wing party, Self-Defense of the Republic of Poland] has praised President Lech Kaczy?ski for being "brave" during talks with President Bush. Whereas valor in the head of state is important for a nation's emotional well-being, it is insufficient as a basis for foreign policy - [Read more]

Poland Itself Must Investigate Secret CIA Prisons

June 8, 2007 // Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland - Polish

Commentary by the editors of the Foreign Department of Gazeta Wyborcza on the report of European Council on secret CIA prisons in Poland In the European Council’s report , there is no hard evidence of the existence of secret CIA prisons in Poland. Nevertheless, the accusations in the report are so severe that the [Read more]

Poland Itself Must Investigate Secret CIA Prisons

June 8, 2007 // ?ukasz Lipi?ski and Bartosz W?glarczyk - Poland - Polish

Commentary by the editors of the Foreign Department of Gazeta Wyborcza on the report of European Council on secret CIA prisons in Poland In the European Council’s report , there is no hard evidence of the existence of secret CIA prisons in Poland. Nevertheless, the accusations in the report are so severe that the [Read more]

'Cracks Appear in the Anti-Terror Alliance'

September 27, 2006 // Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland - Polish

As Afghanistan and Pakistan bicker, the U.S. is losing its patience. But without sustained cooperation, the Taliban won't be defeated President George Bush will host a dinner today for his most important Asian allies in the war on terrorism. And although the presidents of Afghanistan and Pakistan continue to express [Read more]

'Cracks Appear in the Anti-Terror Alliance'

September 27, 2006 // Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland - Polish

As Afghanistan and Pakistan bicker, the U.S. is losing its patience. But without sustained cooperation, the Taliban won't be defeated President George Bush will host a dinner today for his most important Asian allies in the war on terrorism. And although the presidents of Afghanistan and Pakistan continue to express [Read more]
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