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The Americans Are Shocked, But Open

July 8, 2008 // Rzeczpospolita - Poland - Polish

The U.S. administration is shocked that the Tusk administration threw out the missile shield propositions delivered in the final rounds of negotiations in Washington last Monday and Tuesday. Yet, the Americans are open to further discussions. In the final round of negotiations about the missile shield, the U.S. [Read more]

Polish-American Negotiations Come to a Standstill

July 8, 2008 // Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland - Polish

Last night Prime Minister Donald Tusk spent forty minutes conversing with U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney about the installation of ten anti-missiles in the anti-missile shield in Poland. These negotiations were to be the last chance to come to an agreement. The information gathered from the talks and reported in our [Read more]

U.S. Wars to Blame for Rise in Gas Prices

June 30, 2008 // Polska Times - Poland - Polish

In the last year the price of oil in the US has drastically increased. The prices will only climb as long as the U.S. doesn’t end the war in the Middle East and quiet the rumors of further conflicts. In the last days of May, CNN and Fox News simultaneously published the results of an opinion poll about the causes [Read more]

Europe is Betting on Obama

June 25, 2008 // Dziennik - Poland - Polish

Europe is supporting Barack Obama in the American presidential election. The French, Germans, British, and Italians decided that they prefer the black senator from Illinois over the Republican candidate, John McCain, reports the findings in a “Daily Telegraph” poll. Sixty-five percent of the French said that they [Read more]

American Missile Shield, Polish Expenditures

May 31, 2008 // Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland - Polish

American Missile Shield, Polish Expenditures The United Sates is not interested in helping modernize the Polish military, which is linked with the negotiations concerning the installation of the missile shield. Is our next move, in regards to the finalization of the negotiations, to soften our position? Is America [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]

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]
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