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?
Fidesz set to increase its control of Hungarian media
13 regional journals and a prominent leftist newspaper might be bought by a media group with ties to ruling party
I Came Right in the Middle of a Revolution [Interview]
Tereza Stejskalová speaks to filmmaker Hafed Bouassida about his exeprience of the Prague Spring.
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.”