Poland's foreign minister says he is optimistic the country's citizens will soon be eligible for the U.S. visa waiver program.
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Britain's foreign minister appeared to be supported only by France Monday when he called on European Union countries to arm rebels in Syria, officials said.
EU senior foreign policy officials met Friday to decide how to punish Belarus without playing into the hands of President Alexander Lukashenko, whose orchestrated diplomatic escalation has diverted attention from abuses in the country.
Poland's foreign minister thanked Saudi Arabian officials for aiding in the rescue of a Polish kite-surfer who went missing in the Red Sea.
The Polish foreign minister said Wednesday that the European Union was finding it difficult to work with Kiev because of the Yulia Tymoshenko case.
European Union foreign ministers have voted to impose a visa ban on Belarus President Aleksander Lukashenko and 157 other top officials.
Poland could accept a compromise with Moscow to involve Russian radar systems in a U.S. missile defense project in central Europe, officials said.
The United States is committed, under Article 5 of the 1949 Washington Treaty, to defend its European NATO allies, including Poland, from any foreign aggression. But Poland's current leaders aren't eager to do their part in protecting the United States from thermonuclear attack.
It might be game, set and match for Senator Obama, but the United States is still not out of domestic political turmoil. In international affairs the United States is worryingly out of the political loop. Halfway through 2008, here are my thoughts on some political happenings in the United States, Poland, Germany, Serbia, Zimbabwe, Georgia and Nepal.