For some reason, the Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic, Robert Fico, has returned to his pre-election campaign rhetoric and once again entered into open conflict with the Muslim community in Slovakia.
Thanks to a successful campaign, the local council in one of Poland’s most polluted cities is phasing in a ban on coal heating.
The “Myrotvorets” website has disclosed the personal data of more than four thousand Ukrainian and foreign media workers. Ukrainian activists and journalists comment on the implications.
The ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) has a clear and precise programme for transforming society according to their profoundly conservative and nationalist beliefs. The role of culture in their programme is significant.
Krytyka Polityczna’s annual Kuroń Festival opens tomorrow. Michał Sutowski comments on Jacek Kuroń’s legacy for the Left today.
Economist Ilona Švihlíková’s new book shows that there were alternatives to the failed privatization of the 1990s, just as there are alternatives to the current bleak state of affairs.
The Hungarian government regards all autonomous organizations as a threat and is attempting to bring them under its own influence, or make their operations impossible.