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"Kaczyński is betting that an EU preoccupied by unresolved economic woes in southern Europe and the backwash of Brexit will do little more than sabre-rattle, as the largest of the states that acceded to the union in 2004 follows Viktor Orbán’s Hungary into grumpy isolation; a 21st-century form of nationalist fervour and a two-fingered salute to the EU."
The EU’s Poland problem: How will Brussels react to Warsaw’s autocracy?
The ruling Law and Justice party has introduced several anti-democratic measures that have angered many in the country and will test the powers of the European Union
THEGUARDIAN.COM|DE ANNE MCELVOY