On the Kremlin's menu: poison and Polish beef

  • 2006-11-29
  • By Gary Peach
The two biggest news items last week in Europe 's the failure of the European Union to reach a consensus on a cooperation agreement with Russia due to Poland's veto, and the death of a former KGB officer in London as a result of poisoning 's are intrinsically related in that they have in common a seething core: rising Russian nationalism.For the civilized world, the case of Alexander Litvinenko was horrifying. For those who knew of Litvinenko, the images of the bald, gaunt man dying in a London hospital bed were indescribably troubling. I remember seeing Litvinenko for the first time in 199...
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