After a two-month pause Poland has once again begun to lecture Lithuania about the need to change its newly adopted law on education, undermining the assumption that earlier criticism was driven by the elections of the Polish parliament. Clearly the causes of Polish dissatisfaction are deeper and more lasting than some assumed.One can quarrel about which side first transgressed against the interests of the other, which violated real or imagined commitments, which ignored the other’s requests. In such cases both sides usually share part of the responsibility. But for more than ...
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