EU's Largest New Member, Poland, Takes Over Presidency

Posted: 06/29/2011
EU's Largest New Member, Poland, Takes Over Presidency
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After centuries as Europe's stomping ground and years as its prickly gadfly, Poland is now poised to lead the continent. Poland, a member since 2004, takes over the European Union's six-month rotating presidency amid high hopes. "Europe's foundations are threatened" and strong leadership is needed, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk

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