How should we assess the results of the peaceful transformation of Poland initiated by the emergence of the ‘Solidarity’ movement in 1981 and the first semi-democratic elections held in 1989, which brought victory to that movement?
Your house is now ours
How the law surrounding the “reprivatization” of properties in Warsaw is being exploited.
The Warsaw Uprising: Was it all worth it?
Even after 72 years, Poles are still unable to fully mourn for the losses caused by Warsaw Uprising.
Kaczyński’s lies, obfuscations, and half-truths
The Law and Justice leader’s new autobiography doesn’t always correspond with historical facts.
Silly season à la polonaise
As Gombrowicz wrote: “The War,” I say. He says: “The War.” Say I: “The war.” He to this: “The War.” So I to him: “The War, the war.”
Housing is the most significant means of preventing social exclusion
Veteran of the Polish left Piotr Ikonowicz speaks about social housing and the stigmatization of poverty in Poland.
The rise of ‘youth nationalism’ in Poland
What is causing the youth of Poland to mobilise so strongly in the name of nationalism and xenophobia?