Video Dispatch: A Russian Opportunity in Poland [Article]

A very interesting video from Stratfor about how the Russian sphere of influence can extend Eastern Europe to Poland since losing their leaders last week:

This analysis was noted from the Star on Sunday:

Kaczynski, 60, who was elected president in 2005, forged close relationships with Ukraine and Georgia, and pushed for their inclusion in NATO, arguing passionately that a stronger NATO would keep Russia from reasserting its influence over Eastern Europe.

And he was a major supporter of the American antiballistic missile defence system to be based in Poland, infuriating Russia.

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And with Obama de-weaponizing Ukraine under Yanukovych this week, can Eastern Europe survive the new Russian sphere of influence?

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