The radical political ideas of Jacek Kuroń, the Polish opposition leader of the 1960s and 70s – without whom Lech Wałęsa’s Solidarity would never have come into being – have been relegated to the archives far too soon. It’s time to revive them.
Slawomir Sierakowski in Dissent Magazine.
A culture war has been raging in Poland since the fall of Communism in 1989, pitting secular forces against the Roman Catholic Church on issues ranging from abortion to taxes to education.
During the 25th anniversary of the historic 1989 parliamentary elections in Poland, much room must be made for Jacek Kuron.
New column by Sławomir Sierakowski is out in the New York Times.
Faced with the powerlessness of the West, the countries of Eastern Europe are confronted with the need to reflect on their foreign policies.
Russia can be stopped without a single shot and without sacrificing anyone’s well-being.