EU billions were poured into Poland’s infrastructure. A liberal economic policy attracted investors. But the current national conservative PiS party could reverse this success story.
Poland’s soon-to-be Prime Minister Morawiecki has two years until the next elections to show if he will go down as another Jaroslaw Kaczynski puppet or a modernizing force. The ex-banker has his work cut out for him.
The nationalist-conservative Law and Justice government has earned mixed results in its two-year rule, says DW's Bartosz Dudek. But despite right-wing rhetoric, Europe and Germany must not forget Poland's contributions.
Negotiations for the first post-Brexit EU budget will start in 2018. Germany will be the biggest contributor to the budget. Will it use its leverage to make recalcitrant member states like Poland behave differently?
Invenergy has filed lawsuits against Polish energy giant Tauron for $325 million. The case is a test not only for Poland's relationship with foreign investors but also Trump's 'America First' stance as he visits Warsaw.
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