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They are, quite simply, the twins--and identical ones, at that--who now rule Poland. Elected president last fall, Lech Kaczynski swore in his brother Jaroslaw as prime minister last week... read more

For Westerners who remember the Poland of 1989, when Solidarity triumphed and not only toppled the communist government in Warsaw but set off a chain reaction throughout the region, today's Poland... read more

 

Beyond the headlines spawned by Iran's nuclear ambitions, beyond the confrontation between Iranian political and religious leaders and Western governments trying to devise some... read more

Remember in Lost in Translation, the lovely film about two Americans adrift in Tokyo, how disoriented Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson looked?  There they were in their rooms at the soaring Park... read more

 

John Paul II made no secret of his intense interest in the political upheavals and religious controversies in his native Poland. But a book of his private correspondence about... read more

 

John Paul II made no secret of his interest in the political upheavals and religious controversies in his native Poland. But a book of his private correspondence about to be... read more

WHAT WAS JOSEPH STALIN THINKING when he allied himself with Adolf Hitler for nearly two years at the beginning of World War II? What did Stalin know about Hitler's intentions to turn on him, and... read more

 

As Russia prepared for its lavish commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II earlier this month, there were predictable calls for the rehabilitation of... read more

BY ANDREW NAGORSKI 1/15/95

Even in the silence of the Polish countryside, Auschwitz cannot rest in peace. The name alone prompts instant recognition -- a shorthand for the criminal... read more

Remember in Lost in Translation, the lovely film about two Americans adrift in Tokyo, how disoriented Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson looked?  There they were in their rooms at the soaring Park... read more

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