David Engels is chair of Roman History at the University of Brussels (ULB )and senior analyst at the Instytut Zachodni in Poznań. He is the author of numerous books, including “Was tun?: Leben mit dem Niedergang Europas.” Considered one of the leading intellectuals in Europe’s conservative movement, he recently delivered a speech at the National […]
More than a half of respondents want to cool relations with Hungary while the leader of Law and Justice (PIS) Jarosław Kaczyński criticized Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s policy towards Russia and Ukraine
According to Poland’s deputy foreign minister, Poland has done absolutely everything in its power to reach a good agreement with Czechia in the dispute over lignite mine that shaken relations between the two Visegrád Four allied countries
According to unofficial reports, PiS politicians are upset that Czechia’s complaint to the European Court of Justice over the Turów lignite mine has resulted in the court’s decision to fine Poland €500,000 per day
The attempt to make EU funding dependent on rule of law compliance has failed and the settlement over the EU budget and recovery fund is favorable for Poland too, argues editor-in-chief of Sieci weekely Jacek Karnowski
Bálint Rotyis, an analyst for Médianéző talks about the V4 summit that takes place on February 18th and 19th in Jerusalem, while István Pócza, a senior analyst of the Center for Fundamental Rights talks about the economic interests between the V4 and Germany.
Czechs, Italians, Slovaks, Hungarians and Americans are among the most liked nationalities by Poles, according to the Center for Public Opinion Research (CBOS). Romanians and Arabic people are the least liked.
The recent decrease in invitations to Eastern workers to Poland, encouraged by both the Polish government and the EU, has negatively affected Poland’s economy. Mateusz Rzemek underlines the dangers of the current government failing to adopt a clear migration policy.
Czech billionaire Daniel Křetínský will soon decide whether to sell Eurozet which George Soros is interested in taking over. Grzegorz Górny explains why the fate of the Polish media group will be decided in Prague and not Warsaw.
Tristan Azbej, the state secretary responsible for assisting persecuted Christians and for the implementation of the Hungary Helps Program talks about the victims of the Syrian violence and the Open Hospitals project which supports facilitating hospital care systems in Syria.
President Andrzej Duda underlined that the Middle East conference planned in Warsaw in February is part of increasing Poland’s prestige, but also a duty as member of the UN Security Council. He also emphasized that Poland is a neutral territory when it comes to the Middle East.
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