Matthew Kaminski, POLITICO Europe

Matthew Kaminski

POLITICO Europe

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Past articles by Matthew:

Poland is Europe’s future — but which one? – POLITICO

The country’s split personality reflects traits found across the Continent, only in starker relief. → Read More

Europe’s losing streak – POLITICO

Why Brussels feels so dazed and confused in 2018. → Read More

Silvio, Dudù and the Donald

The great actor in European politics is playing in possibly his last big role. → Read More

Trump and Europe, trading places

Don’t look now, the EU is having a huge 2017. → Read More

The Maestro of Midwest Revival

In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski writes that the billionaire who brought LeBron James back to Cleveland talks about his business bet on the big cities of the former Rust Belt. → Read More

The Money Feud Spicing Up the Nationals-Orioles Rivalry

In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski writes that Peter Angelos, the personal-injury lawyer and Baltimore team owner, is playing hardball over TV rights. → Read More

The West Forgets History. Putin Repeats It

In The Wall Street Journal Matthew Kaminski writes that by outsourcing the Ukraine problem to Germany, the U.S. echoes 19th century mistakes that led to repeated conflicts. → Read More

An Air Disaster a Long Time in the Making

In The Wall Street Journal, Matt Kaminski writes that at every crucial moment in recent months, Putin saw the West losing its nerve. → Read More

Germans have a new phrase for Berlin's attitude on Ukraine: Russlandversteher, or 'understanding Russia.'

Matthew Kaminski writes in The Wall Street Journal that Poland's friends have gone missing as Russia threatens NATO's Eastern flank. → Read More

The Man Who Stood Up to Putin

In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski talks with William Browder about how Russia's former 'biggest cheerleader' became the Kremlin's fiercest critic and persuaded Congress to roll the White House on sanctions. → Read More

Matthew Kaminski: The Jewish Conductor and the Polish Pope

In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski interviews conductor Gilbert Levine about his experiences with Pope John Paul II. → Read More

Putin Tightens His Clampdown at Home

In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski writes that 'in suffocating Ukraine,' says an analyst in Moscow, 'Putin's really suffocating Russia.' → Read More

.@KaminskiMK in @WSJOpinion: The West Leaves Ukraine to Putin

In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski writes that as Russian special forces invade the country's east, Kiev's leaders feel betrayed by the EU and America. → Read More

An American Ally in Putin's Line of Fire

In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski talks with Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves for the Weekend Interview. → Read More

Putin's Neo-Soviet Men—@KaminskiMK on the malignant new Russian nationalism

In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski writes that the young bar hoppers singing the Soviet national anthem in Crimea don't know what they're missing. → Read More

Matt Kaminski—Why Putin Fears Ukraine: It's an Alternative Russia

In The Wall Street Journal, Matt Kaminski writes that shoots of transparency and humility in the new Ukrainian government might give ideas to Russians across the border. → Read More

Matthew Kaminski: The Battle for Eastern Ukraine Is Underway

In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski writes that the pro-Russian protesters are bussed-in from Russia, but Putin knows that Kiev's hold on the region is weak. → Read More

The Weekend Interview With Mikheil Saakashvili: Lessons From the Putin Wars

In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski interviews Georgia's former president, Mikheil Saakashvili, who has seen first-hand the sort of trouble the Kremlin is causing in Ukraine. He offers his advice on what to do about Moscow's threat. → Read More

Matt Kaminski: Ukraine's Revolution: Triumphant—and Wary

In The Wall Street Journal, Matt Kaminski writes that the protesters mourn their dead, worry about the Kremlin menace and mistrust their country's putative new leaders. → Read More

Eva Moskowitz: Teachers Union Enemy No. 1

In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski writes that her 6,700-strong network of students in New York has come under attack by the new mayor. But she's used to battling against politicians and their union backers. → Read More