Poles who migrated to Britain in the aftermath of Poland’s accession to the European Union are now returning to their home country, which has become Europe’s latest land of opportunity, a report in Britain’s Sunday Times has claimed. Twenty years ago, Poland was poised to sign its EU accession treaty ahead of its formal membership […]
The West is beginning to see that between the Oder and the Bug rivers, between the Baltic and the Tatra Mountains, there is a country that is beginning to compete with the biggest players in Europe, writes editor of Polish Sieci weekly Jacek Karnowski
A deteriorating financial situation, discrimination, low wages, job insecurity, and dangerous workplaces are among the main reasons for Poles to leave Britain, according to a study by British researchers
In the race to succeed Boris Johnson as Conservative Party leader and the country’s prime minister, the two remaining contenders, Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, have now pledged to stand up to far-left woke and LGBT ideology, but can they be trusted to return Britain to its conservative roots?
Jakub Maciejewski, the war correspondent in the Donbas for portal wPolityce.pl, writes that the scale of the destruction of Ukraine is such that Poland, if it is to be a key player in the post-war process, must have a strategy in place to handle the reconstruction process
It is in Britain’s interest to pursue a strong alliance with Hungary, Czechia, Poland, and Slovakia, especially during a time of growing divisions between East and West within the EU, writes British MP Daniel Kawczynski in a Remix News exclusive
“It can be argued constructing an academic voice means adopting a homogenous Northern European, White, male, elite mode of expression dependent on a high level of technical proficiency in written and spoken English,” states the University of Hull policy
Depending on how efficient the EU is in fighting the pandemic, Brussels will either receive more competencies in the future or an integration crisis lies ahead of us, writes Rzeczpospolita columnist Jędrzej Bielecki
While conspiracy theories and belief in dark powers used to be attributed to the radical right and left, the liberal mainstream is using them increasingly often to explain their defeats and errors, writes Marek A. Cichocki
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