One of my colleagues recently complained to me that, while others are annoyed about a shortage of cars, he was unable to get his smartphone repaired due to a shortage of parts. It is true that the scale of the crisis in the automobile industry caused by a lack of semiconductors is spectacular (low supply […]
The Kremlin is not only remilitarizing the region but also trying to impose its supremacy through a policy of judicial, economic and military fait accompli, says Law and Justice (PiS) MEP and former Polish FM Anna Fotyga in commentary for the Polish Press Agency
The totalitarianism of political correctness aims to cut humanity away from the rules of Christianity and common sense and direct us towards a dictatorship of atheism, writes Catholic columnist Sławomir Jagodziński
Just as one could not mention the actual causes of “deficiencies” in the communist press back in the 1980s, so today is the liberal media silent about the sources of inflation and energy prices, writes Michał Karnowski for portal wPolityce.pl
The Hungarian PM is openly supporting his Czech counterpart prior to the Czech elections despite Hungary’s feud with EU commissioner Vera Jourova, who hails from the same party as Andrej Babiš, writes wPolityce.pl columnist Grzegorz Górny
Opponents of Polish gas and energy independence are aiming to slow down the Polish economy and force Poland to accept Russian-German gas dictates, writes Editor-in-Chief of Gazeta Polska Tomasz Sakiewicz
The jury at the Gdynia Film Festival was not particularly concerned with the artistic values presented by the nominated films but rather their reflection on current social and political affairs, writes Edward Kabiesz for Catholic portal Gosc.pl
The latest anti-Polish narrative will become a tool for the Polish opposition to use after their previous pro-migrant antics on the Polish-Belarusian border were roundly rejected by Poles, writes columnist Michał Karnowski
A three-day-long voting period has resulted in the formation of a parliament completely dominated by the United Russia party, which is entirely subjected to the executive branch, writes senior foreign correspondent Andrzej Łomanowski
Poorly administered EU policy towards climate change, a gas deal between Germany and Russia, and endless amounts of money being printed by central banks — times have been cheaper, writes Polish energy expert Tomasz Teluk
As the weeklong 52nd International Eucharistic Congress began in Budapest last Sunday, Pope Francis reportedly made remarks suggesting he did not care whether he would meet Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán, writes Grzegorz Górny in portal wPolityce.pl
‘Campus Poland’, the ambitious project backed by German funding, has turned into a total PR catastrophe due to the Polish opposition’s lack of political vision, writes Goran Andrijanić for portal wPolityce.pl
Democratic politicians are abusing power strategically when it comes to presidential and state-level pardons in favor of their party’s political future, including pardons for those who have conducted bombings and assassinations
Today’s generation is being pushed to believe that their home, history and tradition are outdated bonds that should be cast off. Senior historian professer Andrzej Nowak shares his thoughts on this phenomenon.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has more legitimacy than all the European Union’s commissioners put together, veteran German conservative politician Peter Gauweiler told Hungarian national station Kossuth Rádió in an interview
While Marine Le Pen is currently the only political leader in a position to bring some real change in France, she is not a real conservative and her chances in next year’s presidential elections look more slim than ever.
Politician Armin Laschet defends Germany’s interests – even at the cost of fundamental values – but also appreciates Poland’s relevance, writes foreign columnist of “Rzeczpospolita” daily Jędrzej Bielecki
The Pope’s decision to heavily restrict the old Latin Mass is an error on many levels related to the deep modernization of the Church, not a true process of diversification, writes Catholic columnist Tomasz Terlikowski
The recently coined “Polexit” denotes Poland potentially leaving the European Union. But beneath the surface, the issue is about the future of the Union itself, Magyar Hírlap columnist László Bogár writes
Civic Platform’s opposition competitors have not changed their strategy and Law and Justice continues to bet on the promotion of the Polish Deal, writes political columnist of ‘Rzeczpospolita’ daily Michał Kolanko
A two-tier euro exchange rate can bring us closer to solving the European Union’s current economic problems, Hungarian Central Bank Governor György Matolcsy argues in his influential column from daily Magyar Nemzet.
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