18 February 2019
Central European Summit in Jerusalem Called Off

Benjamin Netanyahu hoped to cement ties with fellow nationalists, boost campaign for European recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

15 February 2019
Kaczynski’s Risky Road Ahead

Poland's governing party and its leader seem little affected by mounting scandals, but it’s a big chance to take that the situation will continue.

By Martin Ehl
11 February 2019
The Under-Recognized Guardians of Freedom Premium

The importance of media academics, especially those with an appetite for public service, is often under-played.

By Peter Gross
4 February 2019
Progressive, Pro-EU Party Aims to ‘Bring Fresh Air to Polish Politics’ Premium

Led by a popular gay politician, Wiosna’s liberal platform might still have a shot in the conservative, Catholic country. 

4 February 2019
Arresting Huawei’s March on Warsaw

The arrest of Huawei’s executive in Poland on espionage charges could have a ripple effect globally, but Beijing has so far responded with caution. From Sinopsis.

By Lukasz Sarek
31 January 2019
Alarm Over Slaughter of Sick Cows in Poland Premium

Undercover footage of the butchering of sick cows worries authorities in Poland and experts in the EU.

25 January 2019
Poland’s Secret Soviet Nuclear Bunkers Revealed Premium

An archaeologist has unearthed evidence of nuclear arsenals camouflaged as military communications bases.

22 January 2019
Anxiety Looms in CEE Over Brexit Deal Rejection Premium

Central and Eastern Europeans together make up Britain’s largest ‘minority’ by far.

18 January 2019
'Conformation Bias:' Political Tribalism as a Driver of Disinformation Premium

The findings of a recent study on disinformation and conspiracy theories in Poland and Hungary highlight their role as weapons in a tribal war. From the Power 3.0 blog by @thinkdemocracy.

By Peter Kreko
15 January 2019
Liberal Leader’s Slaying Jolts Poland Premium

Public figures say the heated political climate in the country was a factor in the murder of the Gdansk mayor.



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