Polish leaders thought peddling historical revisionism at home had no consequences; now, it could threaten two crucial alliances.
Central Europe’s populist revolt against the EU isn’t about safeguarding the West. It’s about rolling back freedoms and cozying up to Russia.
Western democracies that were once reliable defenders of human rights have been consumed by a nativist backlash, leaving an open field for dictators and demagogues.
If the EU really wants to punish Poland, it should turn up the pressure on Hungary.
Nationalism has a new voice. That makes it all the more imperative to take its claims seriously and meet them head on.
Reagan intervened to rescue Poland from authoritarianism. Trump should do the same thing.
Mateusz Morawiecki used to run an international bank. Now he leads an illiberal government.
“Western civilization” isn’t under threat. Universal values are.
A contentious overhaul of the country’s judiciary could see Brussels invoke the “nuclear option.”
With its latest move, Poland’s ruling party has effectively ended rule of law. It’s long past time for the EU to cut off the budding autocrats to the east.
A debate in Poland’s parliament over a contentious judiciary law has shocked the country.
Last week in Warsaw, President Donald Trump finally gave something close to a mature, clear, and thoughtful version of his governing philosophy.
After his most recent trip abroad, the president deserves credit for consistency — but not much else.