Published in: Can Europe Make It?Poland’s diplomatic offensive in Ukraine and Europe
It manages to strike hard without straying from the politics that have defined Poland's conciliatory and unifying role in the EU over the past decade.
Published in: HomeThe danger of inaccurate information in conflict reporting
Before we stop to think, we share. We don’t think about what it means to re-Tweet a news article. Are we claiming ownership of the information contained in it? In increasing public exposure to this information, are we taking personal responsibility for its accuracy?
Published in: oDRTbilisi, Moscow: the language of architecture
Before Soviet rule, Georgian capital Tbilisi had none of the towering blocks, highways and marble palaces that today stand as symbols to a fallen, rejected regime. Why, therefore have Georgia’s young leaders chosen to continue this imposing neo-classical language in their own buildings, asks Pawel Wargan?