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  • The Exile As a Condition of Interpreting

  • Farewell to China

    Henry Kissinger, O Chinach, Wydawnictwo Czarne, Wołowiec 2014. [Henry Kissinger, On China, Penguin Press, 2011]

  • Blooodlands

    Timothy Snyder, Krvavé země. Evropa mezi Hitlerem a Stalinem, Paseka-Prostor 2013 [Timothy Snyder, Bloodlands. Europe Between Hitler and Stalin, Basic Books 2012]

  • Power Against Humanity

    The Gulag in its harsh Soviet form has no longer a chance in our part of the world. It may, however, come back in a new guise, in a global “soft” version, in which terrorists have replaced the class…

  • The Opening of a Central European Gap

  • Reality Check

    Do company managers and owners want to live in a post- apocalyptic dystopia where they would have to enclose themselves in gated communities fenced with barbed wire? Such a reality emerges from the…

  • Shale Comedy of Errors

    Shale gas exploration frenzy in Poland has nearly all been rhetoric and very little action. How it did not work?

  • Riding the Anti-immigrant Tiger

    The fact that immigrants’ benefits are vastly outweighed by the benefits of migration appears to matter little to Britain’s politicians. The public may vote to leave the EU, with serious consequences…

  • Capitalism the Polish Way — A New Variety of Market Economy?

    It has been twenty-five years of political changes in Poland and a decade of the country’s membership in the European Union has passed. Such a time-span encourages us to venture some generalizations…

  • Eurozone: How to Combat its Debt Crisis

    Europeans should not fear one-time measures that may spur inflation and weaken the euro

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