Poland resists secularization
From crosses in the classroom to religious education, Poland breaks with the European norm.
Poland's internal swine flu fight
The human rights ombudsman accuses the health minister of putting Poles at risk.
Germany and France remain non-commital on Afghanistan
Many, but not all, European allies rally behind Obama after his speech.
Poland is in an energy bind
Heavily reliant on coal, Poland is facing pressure to switch to renewables while its facilities already need an upgrade.
How Donald Tusk came to dominate Polish politics
Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk has overcome his lazy reputation in his two years in office.
How a Pole could hurt Britain's Conservatives
The impolitic comments of EU parliamentarian Michal Kaminski have become a factor in Britain's election.
Opinion: The day after the Wall fell
The fears of Germany and its neighbors in 1989 have largely been resolved by 2009.
Crossing the border, 1990
After the Berlin Wall fell, Michael Moran explored the strange new world on the border of East and West.
What feta and reindeer meat have in common
Serbs become the latest to worry that their ethnic cuisine will be registered by an EU country.
Why Poland has soured on Afghanistan
A recent poll found 77 percent of Poles want their troops withdrawn.
Secret agent holds Poland in thrall
The true identity of Agent Tomasz, a lothario who has become a laughingstock, is unknown.
On graveyard talks and secret agencies
Corruption scandals are shaking up Poland's political elite.
Poles cool on cultural hero Polanski
In his home country, Polanksi once enjoyed widespread support. Now, public figures scramble to keep his scandal from affecting the national image.
Are Polish mines unsafe?
A recent explosion that killed 17 has illuminated troubles in Poland's coal mining sector.
Meet Poland's Pat Robertson
Despite anti-Semitic comments, Father Tadeusz Rydzyk has expanded his media empire.
G20 Pittsburgh: They meet again
Opinion: The world does not hold its breath.
Opinion: Obama's move was not appeasement
The only purpose for a missile defense shield in Eastern Europe was to provoke Russia.
The decline of America and Poland's special relationship
In the Obama era, both the US and Poland turn their focus elsewhere.
A World of Trouble: Is the nightmare over?
With signs of economic recovery finally emerging, here's where things stand in 20 countries around the world.
War continues to haunt Polish-Russian ties
At a Gdansk ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the start of WWII, Poles take note of Putin's remarks.
The uneasy neighbors
Relations with Poland and Ukraine are strained. Again.
'Europe's Detroit' skids
In the economic downturn, the wheels have come off of Slovakia's auto-dependent economy.
Poland's savior falls from favor
Fans fault Coach Leo Beenhakker as the national soccer team's fortunes fall.
The end of an era in Warsaw
The government evicts traders from the city's first post-Communist market.
Taiwan says goodbye to World Games 2009
VIDEO: How did your favorite korfballer do?
Jerzy Buzek, a Polish phoenix
The new head of the European Parliament remade his political career on the EU stage.
David Miliband visits his roots
Britain's foreign secretary makes his first trip to Poland.
She who taught the pope of love and sex
A half century of letters between John Paul II and a close, female friend may delay sainthood.
Walesa watches history pass him by
The Polish ex-president and Solidarity leader longs for action.
A stock bet in Poland
Can the Warsaw Stock Exchange be a regional leader? Only if it breaks free from the government, proponents say.
Likeable PM stands strong
Tusk seems to have convinced voters he is not to blame for the economic crisis.