An affair concerning the alleged cooperation of British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn with the Czechoslovak secret service (StB) has recently …
Fifty years after the student protest against censorship a special pop-up museum on the spirit of 1968 in Europe is opened in Nowy Teatr On the occasion of the opening there will be the Big 8 March Media Debate. The event will be held on 8 March at 7 PM in Nowy Teatr, Warsaw.
Dawid Krawczyk flew to the places where 80% of people voted Trump. He wanted to meet those involved in his presidential campaign in the Deep South. Is Trump’s United States really the country of their dreams? In the fourth chapter John Salvesen tells how he was inspired by Trump to become a politician.
Tom Strohschneider is a close observer of German politics and former chief editor of the socialist newspaper Neues Deutschland. In …
In 2011, a seven-month-long strike in a Kazakh oil town came to tragic end. Six months after I reported on the Zhanaozen massacre, I returned to a city where silence had won.
Eastern European populism differs from that in the West in important ways, owing to the region’s weak liberal tradition, which translates into ineffective checks and balances on government and shallow support for institutions such as freedom of expression and independent courts. Sławomir Sierakowski, the founder of the Krytyka Polityczna movement, explains.
For people held in immigration detention, life can quickly turn into despair.