For a nation purportedly concerned about Russia’s increasing military aggression, Poland appears to have made little progress accelerating its defense modernization. Three years after Warsaw declared it would spend $40 billion reequipping its troops with Western armaments, two of its largest projects have stalled. A program to replace its utility helicopters has reached an impasse over offsets, while plans for a ground-based air and ballistic missile defense system have been confused ...

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