To date, Czechia has not announced any date for a coal phaseout, although the country has signed up to the Paris Agreement and the national energy strategy envisages a decreased role for fossil fuels over the coming decades.
“Proszę?” “Six small rolls, one chleb, one angielka.” “6,450 złotych, please.” “Thank you.” “You are welcome. Please?” “One chleb.” “2,400 złotych. Do you have four hundred złotych?” “Dziękuję.” “You are welcome. Please?” “Two angielka…”
On February 4, a demonstration titled “We Can Do Without the Vigilantes” was held in Kiev.
In its essence real honour is in contradiction with all forms of slavery, subjugation and imposition, and with all forms …
March ‘68 is a complex and multifaceted event in Polish history. Jakub Majmurek in conversation with Janina Jankowska and Seweryn Blumsztajn, two journalists who during communism were active in the opposition, but they nowadays quite oppose in political preferences.
A convention on preventing domestic violence is triggering a backlash in Bulgaria.
Could you feel in Krakow in 1989 same as in Paris in 1958? Read the sixth chapter of the book by David R. Pichaske and enjoy this extraordinary journey to Poland between 1989 and 1991.