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STEFAN PAPP - THE PEOPLE CREATE THE DICTATORS...
SOUTH KOREA PHOTO GUIDE
SYRIA - A STEP FROM WAR
JAN WEJCHERT - THE POLISH DREAM
SATYRYKON - FESTIVAL FOR THOSE WHO THINK
CARL LARRY: SYRIA - THE PRIORITIES OF RIGHT AND WRONG
POLISH SCHOOL OF POSTERS - INDEPENDENCE AND INDIVIDUALISM
TALKIN' 'BOUT THE U.S. REVOLUTION
 
 
News
•  ECB - unconventional monetary policy plans
The European Central Bank ready to fight deflation keeps close eye on euro. Further strengthening of the euro will prompt ECB to launch a fresh wave of stimulus in order to maintain its loose policy stance
•  Ukraine demands, Russia supplies
Below is a short brief on the issue in Russia and Ukraine. I can see that there's some backlash, but I think that this is going a bit deeper than simple politics between Ukraine and Russia, it also involves a lot of
•  New laws in Ukraine
Tens of thousands of pro-EU demonstrators braved the freezing cold in the capital on Sunday to rally against new laws that opposition leaders have labelled 'illegitimate' and Western governments have
•  Poland among top 20 wealthiest countries
•  The Maidan of victory?
 
Image of the month
•  South Korea photo guide
Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung Palace is also commonly referred to as the Northern Palace because
•  Portraits of Venice by Bruno Valsangiacomo
•  Album of Russia
•  Budapest – the city on the two riverbanks
•  Saint Petersburg - paradise for aesthetes
 
 
Through the looking-glass
•  The people create the dictators...
The elderly people may well remember that the inconspicuous man became the tormentor of the mankind when the frustrated and quarreling Germans entrusted him with
•  U.S. energy production
While everyone was distracted by war, healthcare, the housing market, and the government shutdown, energy was bounding. We have discussed the years-long rollercoaster
•  Germany's role in the world
The five decades of the Munich Security Conference mirror a large part of the Federal Republic's history: from the defense of the West to global governance and from military
•  For this new year...
•  The Global Conflicts to Watch in 2014
 
Important facts
•  Barca in the Champions League
Manchester United are out of the Champions League after being beaten 3-1 on the night by Bayern Munich in Bavaria. United took the lead after Patrice Evra smashed the ball
•  Euro 2016: hard times to get to France
The Euro 2016 bandwagon has begun to roll with the draw for the qualifiers on Sunday in Nice, and it is a new-look competition , with 24 countries taking part in the finals instead of the 16
•  Legia football club - the new owner
•  Putin on America's 'non-traditional values
 
 
Big names
Jan Wejchert - the Polish dream
Zbigniew Niemczycki reminisces about the life and activity of an outstanding Pole and his Friend. 'Success', 'Vision & Innovation', 'Social Engagement'. These three categories of the Jan
Nowosielski – a giant of thought
Jerzy Nowosielski is generally perceived as an author of icons and church interiors; however, his contribution to modern Polish art is not constrained only to those areas of creation.
Mieczyslaw Porebski’s death anniversary
Born in Gniezno on 31 March 1921, Porebski belonged to the generation of Columbuses – the first to be born and brought up in independent Poland after 123 years of the country’s
Henryk Gorecki – the master of silent
George Morris - horsemanship guru
Feedback
Marc Faber's predictions for 2014
Dr. Marc Faber, publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, has three very bold predictions for the upcoming year. In an interview with Talking Numbers, Faber offers what he thinks is
We're not in the EU to forget our roots
The founding fathers of the uniting Europe envisaged it during the Cold War as a group of free countries laying the foundations of unity and ready to defy the Communist system
Bp. Pieronek - How to help Syria?
Nature teaches humility
 

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