A year of revisiting previous politics and historical problems by Krzysztof Jasiewicz and Agnieszka Jasiewicz-Betkiewicz It was another eventful year in Polish politics: The ruling coalition collapsed, yet the prime minister retained his office; the incumbent president was re-elected for another term, and new waves of popular unrest brought public attention to some old, unresolved […]

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