Stories about Poland from November, 2005
the beatroot says that Poland is in desperate need of a new PR rep.
the beatroot reports that a recent survey shows Poles are not as observantly Catholic as journalistic shortcuts might lead you to believe.
the beatroot notes a sudden political transformation in Poland's parliament.
the beatroot reports that Poland's conservatives and the EU's liberals have more in common than they might think.
the beatroot reports that Poland's outgoing president has said the EU and NATO will limit extremism in the new government.
Pestiside.hu, Hungarian Accent, and the beatroot all discuss the allegations that the CIA is operating a secret prison in Eastern Europe.
the beatroot reports that Poland's new Finance Minister doesn't much like foreign supermarket chains doing business in Poland.
Both the beatroot and Warsaw Station comment on reports that Poland is hosting a secret CIA detention facility for Al-Qaeda suspects.
Warsaw Station discusses the curious political decisions of Zbigniew Religa.
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.”
PolBlog notes that Polish voters in Chicago overwhelmingly voted for Kaczyinski in the recent presidential election.