There were over 60,000 emails in Michał Dworczyk’s hacked mailbox. We have new evidence, proving the attack was carried out by the group UNC1151, related to the Belarusian government and serving a Russian cyber espionage operation “Ghostwriter”. FRONTSTORY.PL has reasons to believe that attackers may still have vast amount of sensitive data from VIPs’ emails up their sleeves.
Despite Hungary backing the EU’s punitive sanctions regime against Russia and the humanitarian aid the cabinet provided to Ukraine, the government continues its foreign policy balancing act between the West and Russia.
by Mariusz Sepioło, FRONTSTORY.PL Fan of Putin and Assad, wood trader in Odessa, owner of numerous companies set up in tax havens, friend of spies, anti-vaxxer. Who exactly is Nabil Malazi? This article was originally published in Polish on FRONTSTORY.PL Grey block of flats in Gocław, a Warsaw neighborhood, where apartments serve as business offices […]
For three terms, the Hungarian prime minister has fought with Brussels and moved closer to Moscow. Then came the Russian invasion of Ukraine — a painful reality check. But it seems that Orbán still does not want to fall out of Putin’s good graces.
The Russian assault on Ukraine has allowed the Polish government to present itself as a pro-EU state, even as it remains an illiberal regime.
The Russian aggression against Ukraine has caused a chain of reactions that is fundamentally transforming Europe and the world, although we are not yet able to fully capture its effects.
The unprecedented show of solidarity towards Ukraine on a regional and European, Trans-Atlantic level forced the Hungarian government to change diplomatic course in just a matter of days, and eventually abandon 12 years of pro-Eastern foreign policy.