Four prominent politicians from Poland, Czechia, Hungary, and Slovakia have joined forces to publish an article calling for the Visegrad Group to reaffirm Europe as a diverse union of independent states ready to enlarge and defend itself. Former Slovak Prime Minister and current EU commissioner Jan Figiel; former Speaker of the Polish Parliament and current […]
Vatican Secretary for Relations with States Bishop Paul Gallagher has been perpetuating the Russian narrative about the alleged ‘humanitarian crisis’ on the Polish-Belarusian border, writes Goran Andrijanić
Germany will not carry out its foreign policy regarding Poland as aggressively after the Bundestag elections because there will no longer be such a dominant party in Germany, believes Editor-in-Chief of Gazeta Polska Tomasz Sakiewicz
A Polish documentary filmmaker Mariusz Pilis spoke with Remix about his new project exploring the Trianon Treaty, which saw Hungary lose 71% of its territory at the end of WWI, a national tragedy that continues to affect Central Europe
The storming of the Capitol and pandemic show that the US is in crisis, but this does not mean America is on the verge of losing its superpower status, writes columnist Bartosz Bartczak in Polish portal Niezależna.pl
Grzegorz Górny sees Viktor Orbán’s idea for Western Europe to abandon its “primitive Russian policy” as dangerous to Poland. If Europe becomes divided into two groups – one cooperating and one struggling against Russia, the latter including Poland will be marginalized.
Viktor Orbán bows to no one. After winning the Hungarian elections for the third time, he continues to fulfill his election promises. As his domestic plans come to fruition, he turns to uniting Central Europe.
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