Przemysław Witkowski reports from last Saturday’s anti-refugee demonstrations in Prague.
Muslim asylum seekers in Poland are not a new phenomenon. Refugees from Chechnya have been applying for asylum for two decades now.
How similar are the Orbán and Kaczyński regimes?
On 6 February, several thousand people demonstrated in Prague against refugees and the ‘Islamization of Europe’. Some of them clashed with opposing groups.
Anti-democratic tendencies should be viewed as rooted deeply in the actual history of this region, as well as in the lack of a federal European model.
Polish terrorism in the 19th century cost two world powers the lives of their leaders.
We hear from all sides that Europe is not ready for the changes which are already happening on a global level, but it is all the more true in the case of the Czech Republic.