Posts Tagged: Poland
The Poland justice system is weighed down by lengthy trials and pre-trial detention.
Lustration ― screening of officials for their ties to Communist-era secret police ― is of little consequence to the new generation of East-Central Europe politicians.
The world is “trapped in the fetishism of economic growth,” says Polish sociologist Ryszard Zoltaniecki and must “learn to live with zero” growth.
The Catholic church was the main vehicle for dissent in Poland before the emergence of Solidarity.
In Poland, the market has replaced Solidarity as a symbol of civil society.
According to Central Europe expert Dariusz Kalan, the biggest mistake since the Warsaw Pact was disbanded is that “we don’t have a common voice in Central Europe.”
Temporary work is a problem in Poland as well as the United States.
The countries of the former Warsaw Pact are not knuckling under to pressure from Russia. They're trying to avoid a new cold war.
The financial crisis that swept the world after 2007 should have been the final nail in the coffin for the neo-liberal. Yet, globally, neo-liberalism didn’t die.
A new generation of Polish progressives seeks to rescue liberalism from popular misconceptions.