Stories about Poland from March, 2009
Polandian writes about “Krakow's lost river.”
Eternal Remont writes that, according to a study, “only 37 percent of Poles rate their justice system positively.”
Andrei Khrapavitsky writes about the controversy surrounding the recent sacking of Agnieszka Romaszewska-Guzy, director of TV Polonia and Belsat TV.
Polandian writes that road construction in Warsaw is bringing the city to its knees.
the POLSKI blog writes about the Polska! Year in the UK, “a joint initiative of the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the cultural programme of the Year is coordinated by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, which is responsible for the promotion of...
20 east writes about and posts pictures from the Warsaw Zoo.
Raf Uzar, whose “theory” is “that contemporary Polish politics will be fashioned by the strength (or weakness) of the relationship between the twins,” writes about “the Brothers Kaczyński.”
Polandian reports on the negative reactions in Poland to a film portraying a group of Jewish partisans during World War II.
Bloggers share their thoughts on Barack Obama's upcoming visit to Europe and react to his mention of Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Ukraine.
Polandian is holding a vote for Poland's “sexiest female politician.”
Polandian writes about “a giant white balloon” that appeared last summer in Krakow: “A faction of cracovians were convinced it was something to do with anti-missile defence radar or some such NATO voodoo, others thought it sure to be some tyrannical new Gazprom installation. […] The truth is, as ever,...