Polish films of the 1990s can hardly be called quality cinema. But they tell us a lot about the dreams, expectations and aspirations of the transition to liberal democracy.
For young Poles, being a pro-market conservative – and annoying at parties – is cool and trendy. Being leftist is passé.
Dawid Krawczyk reports on 20-somethings in the ruling party of Poland.
Polish Parliament had unanimously approved an amendment to the drug law. Law and Justice is contributing yet another chapter to the pointless fight against legal highs in Poland.
Umbrellas, candles, a white eagle with a rainbow. Read our guide to the most powerful symbols that arose from protests on Polish streets in the past few years
This affair would likely galvanise prejudice among both nations, but could just as well be a positive turning point for the relations between Poles and Israelis, and to some degree also for the place of the Holocaust memory in today’s reality in two societies that bare the scars to this day.
So you smoke weed? Drop ecstasy? Keep quiet or get out of Facebook!