European Land Defense Industry Anything But Level

While defense manufacturers do indeed separate themselves from the rest of the market by the products they distribute, and the types of clients they serve, they are otherwise subjected to all the other normal rules of the industry market. Financial resilience, capacity to innovate, flexibility to client demands and critical size are all factors they must keep in mind and which will heavily impact their future. In Europe, not all producers are performing equally.

Best Festivals and Party Events to Attend When in Poland

Holidays is the time when you have the opportunity to get away from it all, while away and simply recharge your batteries. It is the time when you pack your luggage and set off on a journey to discover new places, go sightseeing and have fun. However, travelling does not have to be only about sightseeing and getting around the cities. Poland tour may be also a great idea if you are  kind of a party animal. Apart from numerous clubs and pubs, it is a place of concerts, festivals and lots of cultural events. So, if you feel like dancing, listening to a good music and having fun, come round for a party to Poland.

Things To Do in Krakow

Krakow has become one of Europe’s most popular destinations to visit for many reasons. The moment you set foot be prepared for a full on weekend of activity both during the daylight hours and night time pub and dance club scene. Krakow as a party destination has gained immense popularity in recent years. Krakow is quite compact and easy to get around the city with cheap public transport or just by walking.

Fire Breaks Out at Polish National Center for Nuclear Research – Is It Accident or Kremlin’s Strategic Move?

There are reports of the fire that started inside the ventilation system in the Polish National Center of the Nuclear Research in the city of Svierk, 30 km  from Warsaw. Th Center has been Poland’s top location for nuclear research since 1955. Over the decades several Swierk institutes formed the core of Poland nuclear ambitions, creating four of Poland’s five nuclear research reactors and critical assemblies, all but one of which is still at service.

Macron Courts Poland, Criticizes Poland’s Courts

Emmanuel Macron wants to find a new friend in Poland, but he is not going to abandon his ties with Russia. The French President tried to accomplish this difficult task during his two-day visit to Warsaw, where he showed caution and did not criticize the country’s government for a rollback from democracy. Macron also tried to recruit Poland as a military ally, but emphasized the need to maintain relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

NATO: Maneuvers in Eastern Europe Not Targeting Russia

The NATO Defender 2020 maneuvers, due to begin in February, will become the alliance’s largest exercises in 25 years. Their goal is to work out the prompt deployment of American troops to Poland and the Baltic countries. As part of the exercises, up to 20,000 US soldiers and officers, as well as 13,000 units of military equipment, will be delivered to Europe by sea and air.

New CIA Declassified Documents Expose Nazi War Criminals – Ukraine’s Stepan Bandera is on the List

The CIA declassified documents under the law that requires the exposing of Nazi war criminals. The Central Intelligence Agency is a civilian foreign intelligence service of the federal government of the United States, tasked with gathering, processing, and analyzing national security information from around the world, primarily through the use of human intelligence.

Full International Holocaust Remembrance Day Coverage

Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived Thursday for the commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance Day, and sat next to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Before this, he met with the mother of Naama Issachar, the woman imprisoned in Russia for drug smuggling, whom Netanyahu has tried to free. Considering that she only possessed nine grams of cannabis, many have pleaded that the sentence of 7.5 years is unjust. Putin listened to her, and hinted that everything will be fine.

Poland Will Not Attend Holocaust Remembrance Day in Israel

January 27 will be International Holocaust Remembrance Day in Jerusalem. Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day is in May of each year, but International Holocaust Remembrance Day falls out in January of each year. The function is dedicated to the remembrance of 75th anniversary of the liberation of Jews from Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland. The occasion will also give its attention to the problems of Anti-Semitism in Europe, America, and throughout the world.

Turkey Obstructs NATO Plans Due to Dispute Over Kurds

Aссоrdіng tо a Reuters rероrt, NATO is fасіng grеаt dіffісultу іn аdорtіng a new dеfеnѕе рlаn. Ankаrа hаѕ refused tо ѕuрроrt a NATO defense plan fоr thе Baltic states аnd Poland until the alliance offers Ankara greater political support in fighting thе YPG іn nоrthеrn Syria, news reports ԛuоtеd fоur NATO ѕоurсеѕ аѕ ѕауіng.

Polish Nationalists Win Most Votes in General Election— Outright Majority Unclear

Poles went to the polls on Sunday to decide general elections, and whether the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) will repeat its victory and win an absolute majority in Parliament. The polling stations in Poland opened today at 07:00 local time (05:00 GMT). More than 25,000 polling stations are enabled for this day and remained open until 9 PM local time (19.00 GMT).

Putin’s Use of Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact to Glorify Stalin – Dark Times Ahead?

In a historic move, Russia released the original copy of The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact two months ago. However, the question remains: What is the Kremlin’s end game? Russia’s social media propaganda machine has been very busy spinning the narrative of a Russian sphere of influence using constant subliminal messages. It’s all part of Vladimir Putin’s new narrative that it was necessary for the Soviet Union to collapse so that a new Russian empire can rise from the ashes.