If they prove successful, the newly appointed prime minister’s plans could bring PiS the popularity boost it needs to cement its rule.
Relations have deteriorated as the national narratives of each side collide head-on.
The court proceedings signal Brussel’s willingness to enforce the policy, but EU Council chief Donald Tusk has called the furore ‘divisive.’
Conservative parliament passes bill despite claims it will cramp the economy and cut jobs.
Warsaw unlikely to face serious sanctions despite barrage of criticism.
Protesters called for a ‘white Europe’ and ‘Islamic Holocaust,’ in a show of support for a Catholic, and not secular, Poland.
Macro- and micro-history are adeptly intertwined in an absorbing story of a small Central European town.
While an official ban is not openly in place, the Polish Foreign Ministry has expressed strong objections to Richard Spencer’s visit.
Protesting young doctors demand an even bigger increase, saying poor working conditions and low pay are crippling the health care system.
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