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New York Times: What Central Europe Really Thinks About Russia

New York Times: - Poland is a medium-sized European country that rightly believes that it has dramatically benefited from the collapse of Communism and that its voice matters in the European Union. Poles have been traditionally mistrustful of Russia’s ambitions. They judge the regime of President Vladimir V. Putin as ugly and brutal. A survey conducted last month by the Institute for Public Affairs in Warsaw found that Poles view the crisis in Ukraine as a direct threat to their security. 27/04/2015
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