Jarosław Kaczyński’s Law and Justice party is back in power, after receiving 37.6% of the vote in last weekend’s general election and soundly defeating the incumbent Civic Platform.
The language of mass migration and invasion produces morally and politically charged terms that create fear, which does not enable us to think rationally, calmly, and morally about the refugee crisis.
Could two surprising new political parties – Noweczesna.pl and Razem – shake up the conservative political system in Poland?
Rebel Without a Cause – how a former rock star Paweł Kukiz empowered newly-elected head of state, Andrzej Duda.
The Left is confronted by a serious debate on how to behave in the second round. Does it make sense to participate in a race between two conservatives?
Slavoj Žižek: What does it mean to be a great thinker today?
Slawomir Sierakowski interviews Slavoj Žižek. This article originally appeared in “Los Angeles Review of Books”.