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Security And Politics In Poland

Poland recently passed an anti-terrorism law that lets security services conduct surveillance and wiretapping of foreign citizens without a court order. It’s one of many pieces of legislation that’s been passed by the current government which have been criticized both inside and outside the country. 

Conrad Nowak, the former chairman of the board of the Polish American Association joins us to talk about security and politics in Poland.

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