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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.

    The life and politics of the Kaczyński brothers

    The life and politics of the Kaczyński brothers

    This week, in a reversal of roles, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill is in the podcast hot seat, speaking about the life and politics of Lech and Jarosław Kaczyński in an interview with Tom Leeman, a researcher based in London.
    This conversation was recorded jointly with Leeman’s podcast, The Hated and the Dead, which features discussions of the most influential contemporary political figures from across the world. Recent episodes cover Angela Merkel, Viktor Orban, Xi Jinping, and Mikhail Gorbachev, among many others. In this episode, we explore the success and significance of the Kaczyńskis and their politics.
    Also check out our recent interview with Poland's deputy foreign minister Arkadiusz Mularczyk on the Polish government’s war reparations claims of approximately $1.3 trillion against Germany.
    Producer: Sebastian Leśniewski
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    "We have the right to German reparations": interview with the MP behind Poland's claim

    "We have the right to German reparations": interview with the MP behind Poland's claim

    This week, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill talks about the Polish government's war reparations claims of approximately $1.3 trillion against Germany with Arkadiusz Mularczyk, an MP from ruling party PiS and chair of the Parliamentary Group for the Estimation of the Amount of Compensation due to Poland from Germany for Damage Caused during the Second World War.
    They discuss the substance and politics of the compensation claims, Germany’s response, controversy over Jewish victims, and what next steps Poland might take.

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    "NATO peacekeepers needed in Ukraine": interview with Poland's deputy foreign minister

    "NATO peacekeepers needed in Ukraine": interview with Poland's deputy foreign minister

    This week, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill talks with Paweł Jabłoński, Poland's deputy foreign minister, about Russia's war on Ukraine and its ramifications for Poland.
    They discuss what Poland is currently doing to help Ukraine, a new proposal to send NATO peacekeepers into the embattled country, energy sanctions, and the unfolding refugee crisis.

    Also take a look at our previous interview with the deputy foreign minister on the conflict between Poland and the EU over rule of law.
    Producer: Sebastian Leśniewski
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    Agnieszka Holland in conversation with Stanley Bill

    Agnieszka Holland in conversation with Stanley Bill

    This week, in a special episode, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill talks to internationally-acclaimed film director and screenwriter Agnieszka Holland. They discuss the role of art in times of crisis, the burdens of history and politics, and Holland's cosmopolitan experience working in different countries and languages.

    The conversation originally took place as a live online event as part of the XV Congress of Polish Student Societies in the UK, of which Notes from Poland is a media partner. You can also watch a film of the full conversation at notesfrompoland.com.

    Producer: Sebastian Leśniewski
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    "Pegasus raises questions over Polish elections," says head of team that uncovered hack

    "Pegasus raises questions over Polish elections," says head of team that uncovered hack

    This week, Notes from Poland editor-at-large Stanley Bill talks with John Scott-Railton, senior researcher at Toronto-based Citizen Lab, whose work has recently uncovered the use of spyware to hack the phones of individuals connected with Poland’s opposition.
    They discuss the details of Citizen Lab's key findings, how the team does its work, and what it might mean for Polish democracy and the fairness of elections.
    Also check out our previous podcast about the migrant crisis on Poland's border with Belarus.
    Producer: Sebastian Leśniewski
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    "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
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Obarzanka ,

Excellent

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

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