Articles by Marcin Grajewski



EU Optimistic on Partnership Talks

  • 31 March 08
  • Reuters
The European Union should be ready to start negotiations on a new strategic partnership with a resurgent Russia at a June summit in Siberia, EU officials said Friday.

EU Ministers Call for Tougher Russia Line

  • 10 September 07
  • Reuters
The European Union must be tougher in its dealings with a newly assertive Russia during the final months of President Vladimir Putin's rule, EU foreign ministers said.

Poles Protest EU Shipyard Decision

  • 03 September 07
  • Reuters
Polish workers protested outside the European Union's headquarters Friday over the bloc's demands that the struggling Gdansk shipyard, birthplace of the anti-communist Solidarity movement, slash its output.

EU Says Poland Will Lift Trade Deal Veto

  • 05 April 07
  • Reuters
The European Commission said Wednesday that Poland was ready to lift its five-month veto on partnership negotiations between the European Union and Russia, but Warsaw said its conditions had not changed.

EU Urges Clarity on Gas Cartel

  • 26 January 07
  • Reuters
The European Union's energy chief Thursday called for Russia and Algeria to clarify their cooperation plans, expressing concern that the bloc's top gas suppliers might create a cartel that could hurt EU consumers.

EU Eases Budget Deficit Rules

  • 22 March 05
  • Reuters
European Union newcomers expressed satisfaction Monday with an easing of the bloc's budget deficit rules, saying it could help their bids to join the bloc's single-currency euro zone.

Polish Trade Ties Hit by EU Expansion

  • 26 November 03
  • Reuters
Russia and Poland will try this week to resolve a trade dispute resulting from Poland's entry to the European Union next year, diplomats said on Tuesday.

Far From Quiet on the Eastern Front

Some members of the European Union are concerned that Poland's fledgling democracy will not be able to maintain the strict controls needed to keep out smugglers from the East.

Far From Quiet on the Eastern Front

Some members of the European Union are concerned that Poland's fledgling democracy will not be able to maintain the strict controls needed to keep out smugglers from the East.

East Europe Wants Less Gas Reliance on Russia

  • 04 June 01
  • Reuters
Several Eastern European states have lent initial support to a proposal to make themselves less dependent on natural gas from Russia by joint purchases of energy from Norway.

Kaliningrad at Crossroads as EU Expands East

  • 17 January 01
  • Reuters
Fear is spreading through the enclave of Kaliningrad that the European UnionТs eastern expansion will isolate MoscowТs western-most outpost, casting it deeper into poverty.

Russian Enclave at Crossroads Before EU Expansion

  • 15 January 01
  • Reuters
Fear is spreading through the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad that the European Union's eastern expansion will isolate Moscow's westernmost outpost from the motherland, casting it deeper into poverty.

Dispossessed Say Compensation Is Too Low

Poles Told To Open Economy

Walesa Waits on Threat to Dismiss Parliament

Walesa Takes Steps Against Parliament

Polish Secrecy Law Sparks Outrage