Martin Mycielski

Elections 19-06-2020

Could Polish president Duda’s anti-LGBT rhetoric spell trouble for PiS?

Polish President Andrzej Duda's focus on the “LGBT threat” is a retreat to a well-used trope ahead of the presidential elections. But will it work, asks Martin Mycielski.  
Freedom of thought 06-06-2017

4 June 1989 in Poland: A date to celebrate or to forget?

Under PiS Chairman Jarosław Kaczyński (hailed “Naczelnik” by supporters - a title, meaning “Chief of State”), who is in his second year as President, the country is turning away from the EU’s liberal-democratic values the Poles so painstakingly won in 1989, writes Martin Mycielski.
Freedom of thought 02-06-2017

Trump’s silver lining for Europe

The election of Donald J. Trump came as a surprise to the world. But it shouldn’t have, writes Martin Mycielski.
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