Papal pacifism: Moscow’s shadow over the Vatican (Part 2)

Who exactly is Pope Francis in favor of in this war? Tomasz Rowiński (…) No mention of liability As Russia invaded Ukraine, the Vatican Secretary of State issued a statement on February 25th. “There is still time for good will, there is still space for negotiation, there is still room to exercise a wisdom that […]

No two brothers

At the same time, when the train with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Deputy Prime Minister Jarosław Kaczyński was headed to Kiev, a peace march was organized in Budapest by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. Nothing shows the extremely different positions of Poland and Hungary on the war in Ukraine better and more emphatically. Paweł Lisicki […]

MiG-29 fighters for Ukraine: A failed honesty exam

In a military sense, it seems that the operation has failed. But what does the whole story show? Paweł Lisicki The story of the transfer of 28 MiG fighter planes from Poland to Ukraine looked quite peculiar from the very beginning. Firstly, it is not known whether such a proposal was made at all, and […]

“Vladimir, the Liberator” – a historiosophy of Russian aggression (Part 2)

The departure from the universal progressive rhetoric used by the Soviet Union in favor of the mythology of Slavicism and Orthodoxy reduces the scale of the effectiveness of Putin’s propaganda. This does not mean, however, that his ideology is less dangerous. Piotr Semka (…) As in any solid founding legend, Putin also needs the theme […]

“Vladimir, the Liberator” – a historiosophy of Russian aggression (Part 1)

The departure from the universal progressive rhetoric used by the Soviet Union in favor of the mythology of Slavicism and Orthodoxy reduces the scale of the effectiveness of Putin’s propaganda. This does not mean, however, that his ideology is less dangerous. Piotr Semka A fragment of a map of Ukraine with the coat of arms […]

Ukraine: Moscow’s second Afghanistan?

In this conflict, Poland sided with Ukraine – an obvious decision. Any undermining of the principle of sovereignty and violation of international rules must be unilaterally condemned. Paweł Lisicki Why did Russia attack Ukraine? It is not an easy question to answer at all. A simple profit and loss account shows that this is an […]