The prominent liberal newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza published polling data on Polish help for refugees, and conservative commentators can’t help pointing out that the newspaper guilty of creating the myth of a xenophobic Poland has now written about a poll proving that to be false. The poll, carried out by the Kantar polling agency, shows that […]
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
Former Agriculture Minister Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski, a Law and Justice MP, has said Polish agriculture could be ruined if Ukrainian grain stays in Poland and is sold on the domestic market rather than exported overseas
The eventual accession of Ukraine to the European Union would have significant consequences for the member states, including shifting the political focus closer to the east of the bloc. It will be a long and complicated process in many areas, writes Jana Juzová, a researcher at the Europeum Institute.
Polish President Andrzej Duda’s visit to address the Ukrainian Parliament came at an important moment, when some in the West seem to be tiring of the war, writes Jerzy Haszczyński for daily Rzeczpospolita
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
Accession of Ukraine into the EU would mark the fulfillment of Poland’s long-term geopolitical goal of creating a Central and Eastern European counterweight to Germany and Russia, writes Mateusz Kosiński
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?
The past few weeks have brought Ukrainians and Poles closer together than they have ever been and have led to speculation as to where the limits of this new found union may lie, writes Jakub Maciejewski in portal wPolityce.pl
As Ukraine defends itself bravely against Russian aggression, the confrontation between Moscow and Kyiv is not only a military one but also one based on history, culture and religion, as Pope John Paul II understood when he visited Kyiv in 2001, writes Grzetorz Górny in portal wPolityce.pl
Ukraine’s Zelensky tries to push Viktor Orbán into entering the war and sanctioning Russian gas, a move that would not only threaten Hungary’s peace but also set the country’s economy on a crash course
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