Few problems anticipated in supporting Poland’s main “strategic ally”
If Germany wants to avoid further deterioration of its relationship with Poland, it is important to make clear that a discussion of the rule of law in their country is not a German-Polish affair and an illegitimate meddling in Polish affairs, but a legitimate part of a European public debate
Events in Cologne have prompted a speedy reaction from Poland's embattled Law and Justice government
Does Polish national-conservative leader Jarosław Kaczyński have a plan?
While Poland's position is formally unchanged, Law and Justice's rhetoric is riling European partners
Law and Justice’s landslide election victory is an unprecedented moment for Polish democracy
Poland votes this weekend, with the Law and Justice party widely expected to win. What are the big isuses dominating the election?
Russian intervention opens old faultlines in Polish domestic opinion
With society deeply divided over refugees, the ruling Civic Platform party is under pressure to defend ‘Polish interests’
The refugee crisis has brought to a head simmering divisions within Polish society – with potentially far reaching consequences