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  • WebMemo posted May 25, 2011 by Sally McNamara, Morgan Lorraine Roach President Obama Should Advance the Polish–American Relationship

    President Obama will conclude his eighth visit to Europe this week in Poland, where he will attend a summit of leaders of Central and Eastern Europe including the new President of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga. This visit will be particularly significant as the Administration attempts to correct a series of missteps it has made in the region since taking office. The President’s…

  • WebMemo posted April 15, 2010 by Sally McNamara The Smolensk Air Disaster: United States Must Stand United with Poland

    The Smolensk plane crash—which tragically took the lives of Poland’s President, First Lady, and 94 other political, military, and financial leaders—has dealt a devastating blow to the Polish people. As well as President Lech Kaczynski and First Lady Maria Kaczynska, Poland lost several ministers, parliamentarians, the heads of all the armed forces, and the chief of the…

  • Backgrounder posted October 21, 2010 by Helle C. Dale, Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. The U.S. Takes “New Europe” for Granted at its Own Peril

    Abstract: The nations of “New Europe” have been staunch allies of the United States in the aftermath of 9/11, and have sacrificed resources and soldiers’ lives in Iraq and Afghanistan. Again and again, the countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) have shown their steadfastness and commitment to the United States. Yet America has not always returned the favor. Crucial…

  • Commentary posted January 1, 2009 by Peter Brookes The New President's Global Security Challenges

    With at least two ongoing wars, President-elect Barack Obama may well be entering the Oval Office facing the toughest national security landscape for any American president in some time. A tour of the foreign policy horizon shows that America's 44th president will have his hands full with a panoply of problems that would vex any head of state, much less one who is…

  • Executive Memorandum posted October 17, 1989 by Douglas Seay Aid for Poland: How Much? What Kind?

  • Lecture posted July 1, 1981 by Richard V. Allen, Michael Ledeen, Helmut Sonnenfeldt, Leopold Labedz A Heritage Roundtable: U.S. Options in Poland

    This lecture is currently available only in PDF format.…

  • Issue Brief posted August 17, 2015 by Daniel Kochis Poland: The Lynchpin of Security on NATO’s Front Lines

    While Moscow’s aggressive actions have changed the way many in NATO view the threat posed by Russia, NATO’s eastern members have long considered Russia an existential threat and have planned accordingly. Poland, because of its large size, geographic location, and historical experience has become the lynchpin of security in Eastern Europe since joining NATO in 1999. The…

  • WebMemo posted August 15, 2008 by James Jay Carafano, Ph.D. Polish-U.S. Missile Defense Deal Makes Sense

    It is widely reported in the world press that the United States and Poland have agreed on terms for deploying ballistic missile interceptors in the East European country. The interceptors would work in conjunction with radars that will be deployed in the Czech Republic (the result of another agreement announced earlier this year). Together, they will comprise a…

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