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Trump Visit to Poland Renewal of Frayed Ties

National Security / Press Release July 6, 2017

President Donald Trump’s visit to Poland re-established a strong bilateral relationship that had soured during the previous U.S. administration, but the strategic objectives of the United States and Poland remain fundamentally different.

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The Iran Deal and the Prospects for American Crude Oil Exports

Energy / Blog July 23, 2015

If negotiators are now prepared to allow for greater exports of Iranian energy resources, should the self-imposed ban on American crude oil remain in place?

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Democracy, Memory and Responsibility: An Interview with General Wojciech Jaruzelski

Blaise Misztal / Blog May 29, 2014

General Wojciech Jaruzelski, the Polish leader who passed away on May 25, 2014, was a paradox, a man torn between two worlds. He was the brutal enforcer of a totalitarian system and yet, eventually, tacitly consented to that system’s demise. But as a pivotal player in and witness to one of the most successful democratic transitions of the last quarter century, he also had a unique and still relevant perspective.

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America, Poland and the Future of Transatlantic Relations

Blaise Misztal, Jessica Michek / Blog May 29, 2014

The future of European expansion is in question and, although the Ukrainian crisis has refocused attention on U.S.-European security cooperation, the transatlantic relationship has increasingly been marked by disagreements, including over: surveillance, free trade, security spending and sanctioning Russia.

U.S. Poland Transatlantic Relations

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A Rundown on the Situation in Ukraine

Jessica Michek / Blog March 12, 2014

Jessica Atlas contributed to this post. The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) hosted a conversation on Ukraine’s democracy, geopolitics, economics and energy, with a panel of foreign policy experts including:

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