· November, 2005

Stories about Poland from November, 2005

Poland: ISO PR Rep

29 November 2005

the beatroot says that Poland is in desperate need of a new PR rep.

Poland: Not So Catholic

22 November 2005

the beatroot reports that a recent survey shows Poles are not as observantly Catholic as journalistic shortcuts might lead you to believe.

Poland: Ban War

17 November 2005

the beatroot reports that Poland's conservatives and the EU's liberals have more in common than they might think.

Poland: Brussels to the Rescue

10 November 2005

the beatroot reports that Poland's outgoing president has said the EU and NATO will limit extremism in the new government.

Poland, Hungary: Secret Prison

  8 November 2005

Pestiside.hu, Hungarian Accent, and the beatroot all discuss the allegations that the CIA is operating a secret prison in Eastern Europe.

Poland: No Chains

8 November 2005

the beatroot reports that Poland's new Finance Minister doesn't much like foreign supermarket chains doing business in Poland.

Poland: Al Qaeda in Poland

3 November 2005

Both the beatroot and Warsaw Station comment on reports that Poland is hosting a secret CIA detention facility for Al-Qaeda suspects.

Poland: Turnabout

2 November 2005

Warsaw Station discusses the curious political decisions of Zbigniew Religa.

Poland: The Third Twin?

2 November 2005

the beatroot says that the brothers Kaczynski must rely on a variety of groups to rule from the minority in the parliament and wonders whether or not Andzej Lepper can be called “the third twin.”

Poland: Chicago Voters

1 November 2005

PolBlog notes that Polish voters in Chicago overwhelmingly voted for Kaczyinski in the recent presidential election.

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