Stories about Poland from July, 2010
Raf Uzar writes about the outcome of the Polish presidential election and the “rydzykisation” of the country.
Polish cities’ coats of arms competition – at Polandian.
the POLSKI blog reports that the pastoral ministry of the southern Polish city of Nowy Sacz thinks that the city's new logo “promotes Satanism and homosexuality.”
Raf Uzar discusses how Poland's national unity following the death of the country's president earlier this year now has evaporated, as politics return to old conflicts and fault lines.
Polandian sighs at all rumours and confusing conspiracy theories drifting about in Polish society, following the tragic planecrash that took the life of the country's president and a large chunk of its political élite earlier this year.
Belarus Digest writes about celebrations of the 600th anniversary of the battle of Grünwald, when troops from Poland, Lithuania, and Belarus defeated the Order of the Teutonic knights – a major turn in the medieval regional balance of power.
Edward Hugh of Poland Economy Watch writes about Poland's economy and its ability to meet both domestic and European demands.
The beatroot analyzes Poland's presidential election results, speculating on the reasons why Bronislaw Komorowski did not win with a greater margin to his main contender Jaroslaw Kaczynski.