Key elements of the Polish success story resemble that of the German post-war economic story, especially relying on social and economic inclusiveness as a driver of economic success.
Instead of seeking war reparations from Germany, Poland should take steps that bring the country closer to the euro area to secure the country’s long-term economic interests.
Though the Polish economy faces external threats, the greatest challenges remain inside the country.
Despite the Polish economy’s success post-1990, the challenge of escaping the middle-income trap is steep.
In its blind effort to reinvent Poland’s past, the current government turns former employees of the country’s security services into scapegoats.
Despite shrinking populations, Eastern European countries are worried that taking in refugees is socially disruptive while providing no benefit in closing the income gap with Western Europe.
It is because I admire the great nation of Poland that I must call a spade a spade.
Why is Kaczynski, a staunch Catholic, leading his rightfully proud nation toward its own Turkification?
Poland’s Prime Minister (ab)uses terrorist act to settle political scores and trumpet her government’s message of utter divisiveness.