Communism in Poland was brought down by an underground network of learning, journalism and culture that flourished in defiance of state control

Brits have lost the habits of respect and reverence

“Konfederacja” and PiS are predestined partners in the attempt to protect Poland’s identity and learn from the West’s mistakes

Two political thrillers reveal the intimate cruelties of life under dictatorship

I would happily subscribe to an emergent series of forgotten Polish treasures if the quality remained this high

The President of Poland celebrates 230 years of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth’s Constitution of 3 May 1791

Marking the European Day of the Righteous, the Polish Ambassador to the UK says that public debate on the Holocaust must remember the praiseworthy acts of righteous people

Why has the history of Poland, what was a large country, an important economy and an interesting polity, been marginalised by historians?

Central and eastern European states want a better standard of living, but not at the cost of their sovereignty