Poland after Presidential Election: No Major Changes in Foreign Policy

Andrzej Duda has claimed a victory over incumbent Bronislaw Komorowski in Sunday’s presidential election in Poland. His success marks a shift in Polish internal politics, but when it comes to foreign policy, one should not expect the revolution. Duda will try to review relations with Germany, seek closer ties with the United States, stay firm on Russia, and play more active role in settling the conflict in Ukraine.

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Daniel Szeligowski

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