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“Donald Trump was at loggerheads with Germany and with all of the EU. That’s one of the reasons why he gave Poland some attention”- said Janusz Reiter, Founder of the Centre of International Relations on the Deutsche Welle [25.03.2022]

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“Donald Trump was at loggerheads with Germany and with all of the EU. That’s one of the reasons why he gave Poland some attention”- said Janusz Reiter, Founder of the Centre of International Relations on the Deutsche Welle [25.03.2022]

Warsaw was overjoyed, which was understandable in a way. But it was also a bit deceptive or even dangerous because Trump’s benevolence was a rather unreliable thing, simply because it was just benevolence, as opposed to a strategy. Biden, on the other hand, has a strategy. Many Germans found Poland’s...

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