European politicians are right to think about what the worrying demonstration of incompetence in Afghanistan means for the North Atlantic Alliance Organization (NATO), Henry Olsen wrote in a commentary for the Washington Post. However, the political consultant and commentator from the Ethics & Public Policy Center think tank believes that public sentiment in European countries […]
The prosecution of Päivi Räsänen for her supposed hate speech against gay people poses serious questions about freedom of speech and belief in Western democracies, writes Goran Andrijanic for Polish portal wpolityce.pl
A dominant election victory of the Greens in Germany would permit the climate revolution to move even further and become the central issue of European politics, writes philosopher and political scientist Marek A. Cichocki
A Europe not based on the identities of its nations is a creation that is uninteresting and damaging to everyone including itself, writes French veteran press correspondent to Poland Bernard Margueritte
There are no political groupings in the European Union in which Vladimir Putin and Russia do not enjoy some support. “But that does not mean that Poland’s ruling Law and Justice (PiS) should throw itself into the arms of Italy’s League,” writes Jerzy Haszczyński in Rzeczpospolita.pl.
During the Council of the Bishops’ Conferences of Europe (CCEE), Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki not only underlined the importance of the Catholic Church in building the Polish community, but also its importance as a part of Polish-European solidarity.
“Europe has found itself right in the middle of an ideological war,” writes professor Marek A. Cichocki. He explains that in Europe today, you can either be a liberal or a fascist and discusses how that pertains to previous world orders.
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