Exposing Anti-Left Rhetoric

Anti-communist – or, more broadly, anti-revolutionary – rhetoric has enjoyed an obstinately persistent presence in Western political discourse since the French Revolution. Constant change in the composition of the various social movements and the continual emergence of new emancipatory groups have clearly forced the arguments used against them to evolve

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Vanagas Versus Vanagaitė: How Does Lithuania (Not) Talk About its “Cursed Soldiers?”

The scandal that recently shocked Lithuania has many aspects well known from the Polish reality: aggressive historical policy, cult of the sacrosanct “cursed soldiers”, and fight with Russian propaganda. And there is no good ending. Małgorzata Kulbaczewska-FigatPolish journalist, expert in the field of Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Deputy

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Putin and then who?

One cannot take the Polish media seriously. Especially when they “debate” Russia. Maciej WiśniowskiVishnyovski is a longstanding Polish investigative journalist and political commentator. He began his career in the `80 contributing for many youth media outlets. In the beginning of the `90 he began working for one the most popular

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