In an exclusive interview with Visegrád 24, Poland’s former deputy prime minister reviews her government’s response to the Ukraine war, noting that “other Western leaders thought that Poles overestimated Putin. Only Poland was really prepared.”
The Holocaust and abortion may be considered two separate issues, but the story of Poland’s Ulma family during WWII shows that they share overlapping themes and that for Poland, protecting the voiceless and the helpless is in the country’s DNA
All that is left of the former Law and Justice party — which came to power in 2015 defending national values, insisting on sovereign politics, and announcing that Poland would rise from its knees and play tough with Brussels — is the bullish rhetoric
Donald Tusk has overtly claimed in recent months that in case of electoral victory on Oct. 15, as prime minister of Poland he will disregard all laws passed by the Polish parliament since 2015 which he finds to have been adopted in violation of the Polish constitution and/or EU law. For this reason, revoking unwanted laws will not require any debates or votes in the newly elected parliament.
As the immigration crisis reaches new heights in Europe, Viktor Orbán addresses parliament in a searing speech, accusing the EU of an ongoing power grab designed to force mass immigration on all of Europe
A German citizens’ defense initiative describes a “broken police force,” and now some students are arming themselves with knives and pepper spray as violent robberies strike terror in the city’s student population
The German media has kept quiet about the foreign background of German gang rape suspects on the Spanish island of Mallorca, and we should expect such self-censorship to only get worse over the coming years
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