However, the same Smoot and Russian-Polish war that followed in the years 1632-1634 (the same product of the outcome of the Troubles) have convincingly shown that a solid foreign policy success can only be achieved with consistent, alternately resolving the problems facing the country. In other words, no matter how painful appeared memories of the lost Baltic cities and fortresses, it was necessary to choose the foreign policy priorities, abandoning one for the other, more important and necessary.
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