Ireneusz Bil

Ireneusz Bil is director of the Aleksander Kwaśniewski Foundation Amicus Europae.

Against the EU’s passivity towards Belarus

The mass protests in Belarus are unprecedented in the nation’s history. Hundreds of thousands of people went to the streets regularly to protest against the falsification of the election results. Some still do. Not only the scale, but also the duration of the protests is surprising. Despite brutal interventions by the riot police, mass arrests …

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The Polish presidential elections: what's next for the country's foreign policy?

Polish presidential elections: what’s next for the country’s foreign policy?

Had it happened, the election of the liberal Rafał Trzaskowski as president of Poland could have meant a turning point in several aspects. First, the demise of the illiberal power of the Law and Justice party (PiS) and of Jaroslaw Kaczynski personally. It would have been a slippery slope for them ahead the of next …

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Parliamentary elections in Poland

The Law&Justice has been also extremely efficient in evoking fears and exploiting uncertainties, also among the undecided and the hesitant.

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