Ronan Thomas
by | Sep 29, 2005

Poland’s voters delivered a decisive result in Sunday’s Polish Election. Like voters in neighboring Germany, Poland’s electorate has handed victory to the center-right. But, unlike Germany — currently embroiled in political uncertainty after Angela Merkel and Gerhard Schroeder both failed…

by | Sep 2, 2005

It is now a quarter century since the torch of resistance to Communism was first lit. In August 1980, striking Polish shipyard workers of the Solidarity Trade Union opposed the state, demanded freedom, and kicked off widespread popular revolt. Cascading…

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