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Deloitte: Poland enters the phase of economic expansion

The divergence of economic moods in Poland...

Two Years On: War in Ukraine and Its Global Impact

On February 24, 2022, a full-scale Russian...

The Political Economy of Populism: Challenges and Alternatives in the Modern World

In the contemporary world, the economy defends itself against the political economy of populism and reforms by taking out loans and increasing debt. Typically, it falls even deeper into...

The Results of the French Elections and Their Impact on the Euro

The elections in France, which were expected to be a triumph for Marine Le...

French Parliamentary Elections Ease Market Fears

The results of the first round already indicated that the worst-case scenarios for the...

How Much Does the Market Fear the Elections in France?

The market is momentarily setting aside macroeconomic data and central bank decisions as we...

Elections in France – Markets Await the Outcome

In just 12 days, France will hold early elections. The initial reaction of European...

European Elections: Declining Support for the Green Deal

In the European Parliament elections, the European People's Party (EPP) emerged as the winner, strengthening its position. The losers are the liberals from Renew...

Only 30% of Poles support the European cash payment limits – will this influence our elections?

Cash transactions have been under scrutiny for some time. Last year in Poland, a dispute over the proposed introduction of cash payment limits ended....

European election results may impact EU climate policy. Polls show a lead for skeptical right-wing parties

Issues related to the European Green Deal, climate neutrality, and the associated socio-economic costs are key points of debate ahead of the upcoming European...

What Will the European Elections Change in the Economy?

The upcoming European Parliament elections are the only elections in which we can directly choose our representatives in the institutions of the European Union....

The Commission to Investigate Russian and Belarusian Influences Has Begun Its Work

Eleven independent experts have joined the commission investigating Russian and Belarusian influences, which began its work on Wednesday, June 5. The commission will be...

The European Union Must Strengthen Cooperation with NATO: Upcoming Elections on Both Sides of the Atlantic Are Crucial

The 2024 election calendar is extremely tight. In June, EU citizens will elect their representatives to the European Parliament, while in the fall, Americans...

Continuation Expected for Key EU Policies After June Elections

It is unlikely that the new European Commission will radically change direction on many key issues following the June European Parliament elections. This primarily...

Prof. Orłowski Critiques PiS Governance: Institutional Deterioration, Economic Imbalance, and the Risks of Polexit

Poland's development and tremendous economic success over the last 30 years is based on three pillars. The first is the gradual construction of increasingly...

Sejm Speaker Hołownia and EC Vice-President Vestager Discuss Digital Market, Youth Protection Online, and Legislative Transparency

The Digital Single Market, protection of children and youth online, the Sejm's new open approach to citizens, inclusive democracy, and increasing transparency in the...

No Need to Reinstate Regular Military Draft Amid High Voluntary Service Enrollment

The Minister of National Defense, Deputy Prime Minister Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz, stated in the Sejm on Wednesday that there are no reasons to reinstate the...

Will Voter Turnout for the European Parliament Elections Soar Again in Poland?

Poland is one of the most polarized countries in Europe, and this phenomenon has been intensifying in recent years. The high level of polarization...

Prime Minister Donald Tusk Establishes Commission to Investigate Russian and Belarusian Influences

Prime Minister Donald Tusk issued an order establishing a commission to investigate Russian and Belarusian influences from 2004 to 2024. The commission will be...

Prime Minister Donald Tusk Announces €300 Million Investment for Poland’s “Iron Dome” Project

Prime Minister Donald Tusk met in Warsaw with the President of the European Investment Bank, Nadia Calvino. Over the 20 years of our EU...

War in Ukraine reignites debate on European defense force

A common European army does not currently exist, and in practice, defense is the sole responsibility of EU member states. However, the outbreak of...

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