Tag Archives: Poland

The Real Reason Why Eastern Europe Wants No Refugees

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.

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A Personal Note: Germany and Poland

It is because I admire the great nation of Poland that I must call a spade a spade.

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The Turkification of Poland: Kaczynski Vs. Duda

Why is Kaczynski, a staunch Catholic, leading his rightfully proud nation toward its own Turkification?

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London Terror and Poland’s Utter Disgrace

Poland’s Prime Minister (ab)uses terrorist act to settle political scores and trumpet her government’s message of utter divisiveness.

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PiS-sing Away Poland’s Future?

Kaczynski’s insistence to look backward is a disservice to a great country that has come a long way.

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Polish Democracy: Fighting Ghosts of the Past

Is Poland turning into another South Africa, where strong suspicions disable the country and hollow out the economy?

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Female Entrepreneurship Thrives in Poland

Poland leads the charge on female entrepreneurship, with more than one-third of its companies run by women.

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Where Will Poland Go From Here?

The presidential election outcome was a surprise, given that the economy was doing quite well.

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Polish Lessons for the Ukrainian Economy

Can Ukraine fix its dire economic situation by taking lessons from Poland?

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For Whom the Wall Fell?

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How are the former Soviet Union and other Central and Eastern European nations faring?

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