Poland’s Position as the “Next Ukraine”

Saturday, 30 July, 2022 — Land Destroyer

(Brian Berletic – New Eastern Outlook) – While Western governments and the Western media continue clinging to the hope of an eventual “victory” for Kiev’s forces in Ukraine, the “frontline” is quietly being moved back to western Ukraine and even Poland just across the border. Recent pledges by NATO as well as arms deliveries this year and next appear to be headed in the direction of using Poland as the next battering ram with which US-led NATO will use against Russia.

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Poland’s Position as the “Next Ukraine”

Tuesday, 19 July 2022 — New Eastern Outlook

Author: Brian Berletic

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While Western governments and the Western media continue clinging to the hope of an eventual “victory” for Kiev’s forces in Ukraine, the “frontline” is quietly being moved back to western Ukraine and even Poland just across the border. Recent pledges by NATO as well as arms deliveries this year and next appear to be headed in the direction of using Poland as the next battering ram with which US-led NATO will use against Russia.

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Polish Peril

Monday, 23 May 2022 — The Van says…

Relations between the two nations might be on the up, but looking at Kiev’s predicament, it could drag both of them down.

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In a meeting between the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Polish president Andrzej Duda, an agreement has been finalized bringing their two nations closer together. Whilst the finer details are not yet in the public domain, matters do need clarifying in order that some understanding can be made as to how this change in relations will affect the situation both in and out of the Ukraine.
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Is it Washington’s Turn to Occupy Poland? By Jean Périer

18 June 2019 — New Eastern Outlook

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Washington’s latest decision to deploy a reinforced contingent of its military forces Poland has been received with an outcry of disappointment by the European pro-democracy public, as it means that the US is willing to roll back on the obligations it assumed back in 1997 within the NATO framework, thus undermining one of the last surviving deals designed to enhance Europe’s security.