European leaders and public authorities should call upon the government in Warsaw to postpone the presidential election on May 10
For those who genuinely want to rescue and strengthen the EU, it would be dangerous to conclude that they must reinvent it
The Green Deal is set to create new divides in the EU. Conflicts are already brewing, and not just between eastern and western member states.
The freshly re-elected Law and Justice party will now be more emboldened than ever in its dealings with Brussels
Jaroslaw Kaczynski promises the ‘Polish model of the welfare state’ and social protection like in the West – but if his party stays in power after the October 13 election, the country will drift further away from its hard-won freedoms and connections with Europe
Polling on the upcoming election in Poland reflects a society often at odds with the ruling party. This is the election broken down by numbers.
A hurricane has forced the US president to cancel his state visit to Poland to mark a dark day in history — but that won’t hide the damage he has done to US-German-Polish relations.
A recent EU court ruling has sent a chill down the spines of populist governments determined to undermine judicial independence. The new Commission must defend this crucial victory.
Splits between Germany and Poland vis-à-vis Russia signal deeper divisions in the alliance, ones which threaten European security
ECFR experts share their insight into the manouevres around next month’s US-Poland summit. What does it mean for the JPCOA, and what steps should European countries take in response?