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A podcast on Polish politics, culture, history and society from the leading English-language source of news and information on Poland.

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A podcast on Polish politics, culture, history and society from the leading English-language source of news and information on Poland.

    "They'll be sending people to their death": migrant crisis on Poland's border

    "They'll be sending people to their death": migrant crisis on Poland's border

    This week, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill talks with Mateusz Wodziński, a Polish citizen reporting on the current migration crisis from his home inside the restricted zone on Poland’s border with Belarus.
    They discuss what the crisis looks like on the ground, the challenges faced by migrants in the forest, the state of emergency declared by Poland's government, and the danger of a humanitarian disaster.
    Mateusz Wodziński, known on social media as Exen, is a wildlife photographer in the area of the Białowieża Forest. He has published some of his photographs with Notes from Poland.
    Also check out our previous podcast about the latest developments in Polish politics.
    Producer: Sebastian Leśniewski
    Support the show (https://notesfrompoland.com/donations/support-us/)

    • 35 Min.
    The latest in Polish politics: What's behind Poland's showdown with the EU?

    The latest in Polish politics: What's behind Poland's showdown with the EU?

    This week, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill talks with journalist and political commentator Marcin Makowski about the latest developments in Polish politics.
    They discuss Poland’s continuing confrontation with the European Union over rule of law, the internal machinations of the ruling coalition, and Donald Tusk’s effect on the opposition.
    Marcin Makowski is a journalist and opinion writer for Wirtualna Polska, and a commentator appearing regularly on TVN24 and other outlets in Poland.
    Also check out our previous podcast on rule of law and the spectre of Polexit .
    Producer: Sebastian Leśniewski
    Support the show (https://notesfrompoland.com/donations/support-us/)

    • 45 Min.
    Rule of law and the spectre of Polexit

    Rule of law and the spectre of Polexit

    This week, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill talks with legal expert Anna Wójcik about Poland’s ongoing conflict with the European Union.
    They discuss the latest controversies over rule of law in Poland, the possibility of punitive action from the European Commission, and the chances of Polexit.
    Anna Wójcik is a researcher at the Institute of Legal Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, and also a co-founder and editor of the website “ruleoflaw.pl”.
    Also check out our previous podcast on the sources of PiS's success.

    Producer: Sebastian Leśniewski 
    Support the show (https://notesfrompoland.com/donations/support-us/)

    • 43 Min.
    Stanley Bill on the sources of PiS's success

    Stanley Bill on the sources of PiS's success

    This week, in a reversal of roles, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill is in the podcast hot seat, giving a range of his own perspectives on Polish politics in an interview with Fabian Eiden, based in Heidelberg, Germany.
    The conversation was recorded for the Committee on Constitutional affairs of the 93rd International Session of the European Youth Parliament, taking place this July in Warsaw. Stanley Bill agreed to give his views for the delegates on the state of Polish democracy, the reasons for PiS’s electoral success, the campaign against LGBT communities, the role of the European Union, and the problems of the Polish opposition.

    Fabian Eiden is one of the organisers of the European Youth Parliament and a PhD candidate at Heidelberg University. 
    Also check out our previous interview with Barbara Nowacka on the crisis of Poland's opposition.
    Producer: Sebastian Leśniewski
    Support the show (https://notesfrompoland.com/donations/support-us/)

    • 35 Min.
    "The opposition is in crisis; our hope lies in Trzaskowski": interview with Barbara Nowacka

    "The opposition is in crisis; our hope lies in Trzaskowski": interview with Barbara Nowacka

    This week, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill talks with Barbara Nowacka, one of the leaders of Poland’s largest opposition grouping, Civic Coalition, about the current crisis of the opposition parties.
    They discuss the troubles of the Civic Coalition, conflict with the Left, the government’s post-pandemic recovery plan, and the fate of the Women’s Strike.
    Also check out our previous interview with deputy foreign minister Paweł Jabłoński on rule of law.
    Producer: Sebastian Leśniewski
    Support the show (https://notesfrompoland.com/donations/support-us/)

    • 36 Min.
    A Brief History of Poland, part 6: the fall of the Commonwealth

    A Brief History of Poland, part 6: the fall of the Commonwealth

    In the sixth part of our Brief History of Poland series, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill looks at the eighteenth-century decline and fall of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, covering the period between 1697 and 1795. He examines the Saxon kings, the descent into political disorder, the Enlightenment and reform, Hasidic Judaism, the Constitution of the Third of May, and the three partitions that wiped the Commonwealth from the map of Europe.
    The Brief History of Poland series covers over a thousand years of Polish political and cultural history, from 966 until today.

     Check out the previous episode in our Brief History of Poland series.
    Producer: Sebastian Leśniewski
    Support the show (https://notesfrompoland.com/donations/support-us/)

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Excellent

A fantastic overview of current issues. Thank you, and keep it up... please! :)

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