In Poland the pluralising gaze has not yet reached a confident critical mass.
School prepares you for life, they say. If that’s true, we’re in deep trouble, for after devouring public education, the Hungarian Fidesz-KDNP government swallowed the entire schoolbook market for dessert.
Different sets of statistics show very different results about what Central Europeans think about the EU.
Poland’s recent uprising against an increasingly authoritarian government offers the opportunity for its left to reassert itself.
More than anything, this corporate culture builds a fantasy that shouldn’t be underestimated: that everyone belongs to the middle class.
One would think that over the years, the stereotypical Western view of Eastern Europe would’ve changed. Turns out, it hasn’t.
According to the common saying, prostitution is the oldest profession in the world – but it isn’t. Midwifery is.