It is often said about Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski that the story of his life could supply the material for a number of films. The first would likely be a melodrama with elements of an action movie. The foreign minister, who largely symbolizes the new Poland, was already active in the Solidarity movement as a high school student. He was hounded by the military regime and forced to emigrate to Britain, where he studied at Oxford University.
He later became a war correspondent for several of the most important British newspapers. He traveled to Afghanistan and covered the war of the Mujahideen against the Soviets, in which he lost a good friend.
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