The new and unseen face of Poland

Poland is now in the forefront of the counter-offensive to Putin's Russia. The reputation as the troublemaker fades into the background, as the country becomes the linchpin of the West’s response to Russian aggression against Ukraine

Back in 2017, the nationalist and Euro-critical nature of the Polish government made it one of the biggest supporters of newly elected President Donald Trump. The same cannot be said for the arrival of the Biden administration, which has certainly not aroused the same sympathy, but the Russian invasion of Ukraine really acted as a game-changer.

Warsaw has not only announced that it will increase its military spending from 2.2 to 3% of its GDP, well above NATO’s recommended 2%, but has also increasingly fortified the eastern flank of the Alliance with the help of the Pentagon: the number of military personnel deployed in the country has more than doubled, and so has the amount and types of military equipment and capabilities positioned in the country. At the moment, Poland is also a special hub for transporting military equipment to Ukrainian armed forces, as well as a staging post for weapons, ammunition and fuel.

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