Logging opens dispute between the EU and Poland

The Polish government’s decision to allow logging in one of Europe’s last remaining primeval forests has led to a bitter fight between Warsaw and the European Union.

DAVID GREENE, HOST: Poland is at odds with much of the rest of the European Union. This is because its government cracks down on everything from press freedom to public demonstrations. The country has also turned away refugees from its borders. And Brussels has warned Warsaw’s populist government might soon face sanctions over what critics say are attacks on Polish democracy.