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Poland’s New Iron Curtain

A nationalist government in Warsaw is fraying ties with NATO and the EU
Holocaust survivors visit Auschwitz

The Berlin Wall has been down longer than it was up, yet in Poland it feels like new barricades are being built. The country is in an escalating fight with the European Union over its nationalist government’s power grab of the courts and media. Ministers have needled Germany with a demand for World War II reparations. Now it’s angered Israel and the U.S. over a law making it a crime

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