The war in Ukraine, great economic problems faced by the whole of Europe, and enormous geopolitical and defense challenges — all of this should persuade political parties in Poland to debate over the future of the country. Party leaders have started their trips across Poland as the long election campaign enters the next stage, but […]
If Law and Justice (PiS) were to win a third term in next year’s parliamentary elections, it would prove that it is possible for a Polish government to pursue a sovereign course when faced with Russia, the EU and even the USA, says Jakub Maciejewski
Donald Tusk, the leader of the liberal opposition in Poland, spent most of his keynote address at the Civic Platform rally focused on rising prices while completely ignoring the war, Covid-19, and the way his German allies are compromised, writes Jakub Maciejewski for news portal wPolityce.pl
Macron, Scholz, and Draghi did not take the Polish president or prime minister with them to Kyiv, not because Poland matters too little but because it has become too significant for the tastes of “old Europe,” argues Jacek Karnowski for portal wPolityce.pl
The scene from the Polish TV show depicting the reaction to an opposition politician’s shocking statement about the Kaczyński brothers deserves the award for best political picture of the year, writes Goran Andrijanić
Russia’s aggression against Ukraine proved the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party had the best assessment of the threat Russia posed, but that has not translated into a surge for the ruling party because of other long-standing problems, writes Agaton Koziński for portal wp.pl
When the war broke out in Ukraine and Poland’s opposition attacked its own government in Brussels, Polish political commentator Wojciech Biedroń asks under which flag does the Polish society stand firmly today?
Poland’s liberal-left opposition has taken delight in the defeat of a conservative who stood with Poland on Ukraine and who opposed the European liberal establishment, writes Goran Andrijanic for wPolityce.pl
When it became clear that illegal migrants could not force their way past the Polish border, the Polish opposition started a narrative in which Angela Merkel was to thank for defusing the situation, writes PiS MEP Zbigniew Kuźmiuk
‘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
The dramatic events which took place in the American Capitol should be a warning signal of the threat posed by the actions of liberal-left in Poland who are trying to regain power using aggressive street demonstrations, writes Wojciech Wybranowski for Remix News
The Civic Platform (PO), Poland’s main liberal opposition party is veering to the extreme left. Its already saying that it backs gay marriage. This shift is coming about as the party becomes increasingly aware that it cannot compete with the United Right led by the Law and Justice (PiS) party, writes Wojciech Mucha.
The Spring party convention of liberal politician Robert Biedroń will give the Civic Platform (PO) cause for thought. Professor and political scientist Kazimierz Kik explains how Spring will upend the current Polish Left, given its recent results in polls.
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