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The recent Independence March on November 11, 2017, on Poland’s National Independence Day, generated much controversy in the international media. But how did Polish people themselves see the events taking place in their own country?
The new law on Polish universities, also referred to as the Constitution for Science or Act 2.0 is a comprehensive reform plan of Polish higher education. Everyone agrees that in whichever way higher education is transformed, will have important repe...
The "Belt and Road initiative" that many refer to as a modern Silk Road or Silk Road 2.0 is one of the largest infrastructure and investment projects in modern history. The initiative comes from China, but the corridors once finished, would cross 68 ...
Intermarium was given its name because this regional cooperation was to federate the Central and Eastern-European countries between the Baltic, the Black and Adriatic Seas. Efforts have been made throughout the 20th century to build and revive this c...
The Polish parliament recently passed a new bill that will change how the Supreme Court functions. What are these new changes and what will be the implications? Is the Polish legal order threatened by this new reform? Michał Wiewióra, a Polish stud...
The Euro area or otherwise called the Eurozone refers to the 19 member states of the European Union (EU) that adopted the euro as their common currency. Most of the other remaining EU member states are required to join the Eurozone once they meet cer...
Polish parliament recently approves laws which jeopardized Court’s independance. The controversial reform bill provokes political mobilization in polish civil society. Here comes the point of view of Aleksandra Wierzbicka, polish student in France....
US President Donald Trumps's visit and speech in the Polish capital, Warsaw, was labelled of 'historic significance' both by his own administration and by Polish politicians. But how did his speech resonate with the Polish people?
The State of democracy and the rule of law in Poland is a debate not only within the country but also on the European and international scene. Some speak of the end of Polish democracy, some others have more nuanced opinions.
Magdalena Ogoreck, candidate for the presidential elections: a blessing or a curse for the Polish Left?
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