The crisis in Ukraine may help convince Poles to close their eyes to alleged US wrongdoing.
Poland didn’t slide into recession like the rest of Europe, but even Poles have reported widespread economic dissatisfaction in this year’s Transatlantic Trends survey.
Once a haven for contemporary art in communist Europe, Poland is now seeing its arts and artists in vogue.
If any European country could have a US-like fracking boom, it’s Poland. But optimism has waned.
As much of Europe wallows in economic crisis, more Poles are embracing new business paths.
Within this secluded world there was a shantytown immigrant community from the 1850s through the 1950s — first Swedes and Poles, then Italians, then Mexicans.
It’s getting easier to do business in many countries, according to a World Bank report, with Eastern Europe and Central Asia making significant strides this year.
Mitt Romney is visiting Poland, where the euro zone and financial crises have barely made a dent. That may be about to change.