Given the unpopularity of the “party of power” in Russian society, it is a given that United Russia’s good results are due to incredible, nearly perfected, election rigging. The scale of this fraud will be revealed only months after the voting itself (and only partially so). This means that it will not significantly influence the […]
According to unofficial reports, PiS politicians are upset that Czechia’s complaint to the European Court of Justice over the Turów lignite mine has resulted in the court’s decision to fine Poland €500,000 per day
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
Eighty-two years ago, on Sept. 15, 1939, American photographer Julien Bryan appealed to US President Franklin D. Roosevelt via radio to send aid to Warsaw, which was besieged by Nazi Germany’s armed forces
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko announced a billion-dollar military purchase from Russia and called for the EU to abolish its sanctions on Belarus in a sign that tensions will remain heightened between Belarus and neighboring countries
The policy of putting money in people’s pockets that is being pursued by the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) has increased aspirations to a better life, with over 70 percent of survey respondents self-categorizing as “middle class”
Marek Markiewicz says that the European Commission’s actions against Poland over the rule of law openly flout EU treaties that do not give the EU any authority to interfere in member state judicial systems
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
Despite threats that the EU could cut funding to Poland, Poland’s prime minister is not backing down on a major battle to determine whether Poland has a sovereign legal system or whether it is subordinate to the EU’s
The Soros-funded foundation, which supports Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko’s aggressive policies at the Polish border, has joined a pro-migrant, anti-borders European network that calls for the abolishment of Europe’s Frontex border protection agency
‘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
“Today, American society is much more polarized, differentiated, atomized, and in huge cities, jaded. Even American elites are people with completely different approaches to life than 20 or 30 years ago, when traditional American values were still alive.”
After Poland and Baltic states pushed to bring down the government of Alexander Lukashenka, Belarus continues to push thousands of migrants across its western border in what is being described as hybrid warfare
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.
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