Stories about Poland from June, 2007
Dr. Sean's Diary links to a BBC program on “on lustration and decommunization issues in Poland.”
Publius Pundit quotes from a BBC piece on the Polish-German relations and reproduces the controversial cover of the Polish weekly Wprost, featuring a computer-generated image of German Chancellor Angela Merkel...
TOL's Romantic pays tribute to the recently deceased prominent Romano scholar Jan Kochanowski.
An email joke on “the only way any sort of controversial programming can make it on TV” in Poland – at Eternal Remont.
U.S. states have been renamed for countries with similar GDPs and the new map has been posted at Strange Maps: Russia is New Jersey, Ukraine is Idaho, Belarus is Alaska,...
“More Pope, less literature…” This, according to the beatroot, is what Polish kids would be reading if Poland's education minister prevails.
Vilhelm Konnander posts an overview of the “events related to LGBT-rights [that] have given rise to both concerns and hopes about the situation of homosexuals in Central and Eastern Europe.”