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January 2010
Sarmatian Review;Jan2010, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p1461
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The article offers information on the poll results regarding the economic indicators, foreign relations and political aspects in Poland and Russia in 2009. It is stated that majority of Poles believe that ceding too much power to the European Union (EU) threatens sovereignty. It notes that 71 percent of Poles think that the government in Poland wants a reconciliation with Russia. It also mentions that the Russian gross domestic product (GDP) decline by 8.7 percent in 2009.


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