CIR Comment: “Poland and Russia. Struggle on the periphery”
Attempt to poison the Russian oppositionist and anti-corruption activist Alexei Navalny, his treatment in Berlin, return to Moscow, arrest and subsequent protests sparked a renewed discussion in Europe about Russia. It influences the Polish debate on Eastern policy and the future of relations with our closest neighbor. Contrary to the prevailing view, prevailing imperial ambitions in the Kremlin are not the only obstacle to finding a model that will serve the societies of both countries. But the cold war on the Warsaw-Moscow line must end one day – writes Dr. Andrzej Turkowski in the commentary Poland and Russia. Struggle on the periphery.