29 November 2019
‘Ideological Competition Is Actually Good for Us’

The German Marshall Fund of the United States presents an interview with historian Timothy Garton Ash.

By Rachel Tausendfreund
29 October 2019
30 Years After: Who Rules the Law?

Can a new generation of activist lawyers improve the law’s battered reputation in Central Europe? From Hospodarske noviny.

By Martin Ehl
17 October 2019
The Mixed Fruits of Poland’s Freedom
Thirty years after leading the democratic transition in Central Europe, Poland is struggling to uphold democratic institutions and discover a sense of political community. From the German Marshall Fund.
By Wawrzyniec Smoczynski
24 September 2019
The Drama of the Polish Outsider
The inner discord between belonging and non-belonging has been the germ of many outstanding artistic achievements by authors who feel part of Polish culture.
By Krzysztof Czyzewski
12 September 2019
Keeping the Faith in Poland Premium

PiS has figured out the way – politically and culturally – to the hearts of Polish conservative voters.

By Martin Ehl
28 August 2019
Polish Non-Profit Takes on Social Media Giant on Home Ground Premium

A Warsaw court has made an interim ruling in what could become a test case both for censorship on private-sector platforms and for suing social media giants in a complainant's home country.

By Dorota Glowacka and Anna Obem
30 July 2019
No Rest for the Weary Premium

The white heat of competition is keeping Poland politically mobilized, right through the traditional summer doldrums.

By Martin Ehl
25 July 2019
Central Europe Sizes Up Von Der Leyen Premium

Will the new European Commission head cut eastern members some slack, or leave them dangling?

By Ky Krauthamer
9 July 2019
Central Europe Baking Through its Summer Premium

Politicians are getting the ingredients together for a dramatic fall while ignoring the very real heat outside.

By Martin Ehl
26 June 2019
Foreign Ideology: Poland Populists Target LGBT Rights

Poland’s governing Law and Justice party used to get political mileage out of vilifying refugees. Now it has its sights on the LGBT community. From Reporting Democracy.

By Claudia Ciobanu



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