Slawomir Sierakowski is a sociologist and the leader of the Eastern European left-wing movement 'Krytyka Polityczna'. He has held fellowships at Princeton, Harvard, and Yale, and has published in, among others, The New York Times and The Guardian.
Democracy will not pacify Trump. He is democracy.
Polish sociologist Slawomir Sierakowski discusses the "Trumpification" of Europe and what the US election means for...
A message to my country: refugees are victims of terrorism, not its source
The new right-wing Polish government is trying to use the Paris attacks as an excuse to scapegoat refugees and stir...
European union – a cosmopolitan legal space
Porous borders really mean the acceptance that human beings move across borders, and that they should be able to...
The materialist turn in Polish politics
Could two surprising new political parties - Noweczesna.pl and Razem - shake up the conservative political system in Poland?
The Polish presidential election: what happens now?
Everything you need to know about Poland's recent presidential election, at a glance.
Polish presidential election: the Left decides which Right wins
Does it make sense for the Left to participate in a race between two conservatives? Should we leave home and vote...