I realize that we are in the middle of the calendar year, but I already must call the best political picture of the year. Okay, we need to admit that it is not technically a photograph but a screenshot of a TV show; it depicts a scene so packed with political symbols and emotions that […]
Polish sociologist Prof. Henryk Domański believes that the war in Ukraine has made people fully aware of what Russia is capable of and that, rather than the finer details about the investigation of the 2010 Polish President’s plane Smolensk crash, is what is changing public perception about it
After another confirmation that traces of explosives were present in the wreckage, precision and care must guide the investigation into the Smoleńsk catastrophe, writes columnist of Polish Sieci weekly Marcin Wikło
Never-before-aired talks revealed by public television station TVP remind Poles of Donald Tusk’s severe negligence regarding the 2010 Smolensk catastrophe, writes Marcin Wikło for Polish portal wpolityce.pl
The Institute of Remembrance (IPN) has appealed to Warsaw’s liberal city authorities not to use the verdict by Poland’s Administrative Court (NSA) to reinstate the names of Warsaw streets that were changed on the basis of a decommunization law.
“Putin understands only the language of actions,” claims general Roman Polko. He recalled Lech Kaczyński’s famous 2008 speech against Russia in Georgia and proposed that the EU muster up a similar response.
Two senior ministers from the previous Civic Platform (PO) liberal government have mocked the statue of Lech Kaczyński being erected in Warsaw on Twitter. Even in death the late President is not spared from abuse by his former opponents, writes the portal wPolityce.pl.
Temperatures are running high as celebrations of the 100-year anniversary of Polish independence near. A fierce battle on Twitter erupted between former head of Polish diplomacy Radosław Sikorski and journalist Rafał A. Ziemkiewicz.
Polish foreign minister Jacek Czaputowicz along with the foreign ministers of Lithuania, Latvia and the deputy prime minister of Ukraine travelled to the border of Georgia and South Ossetia, on the tenth anniversary of Russian aggression in Georgia.
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