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The Warsaw Voice » The Polish Voice » August 2, 2010
The Polish government may face further complications in the ongoing dispute with the EU, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna wrote against the background of the approaching visit of the Council of Europe delegation to Warsaw.
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The Polish Voice  
Special Issue
August 2010
Anniversaries always get me thinking about the amazing properties of time—its expandability, shrinkability and subjectivity...
The signing of the August Accords—unprecedented agreements between the communist authorities and worker strike committees—was one of the watersheds of Polish history in the second half of the 20th century.
Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski talks to the Voice’s Andrzej Jonas and Witold Żygulski.
The European Union’s Eastern Partnership program, approved over a year ago, aims to help six former Soviet republics carry out democratic and economic reforms oriented toward closer cooperation with the EU, while keeping the door open to potential membership of the bloc
On Sept. 8, 1981, the Solidarity trade union, meeting at its First National Congress in Gdańsk-Oliwa, approved The Message to the Working People of Eastern Europe. This brief document called on trade unionists from countries of the Soviet bloc to fight together for the freedom of association. The text was written by Bogusław ¦liwa (1944-1989), a lawyer and active oppositionist who was later interned under martial law. Forced by the communist authorities to leave Poland, he died an émigré in Sweden.
Jan Lityński, one of those behind the Message to the Working People of Eastern Europe, talks to Andrzej Jonas.
1975 The economic policy of Edward Gierek, the first secretary of the communist Polish United Workers’ Party (PZPR) who came to power in December 1970, begins to falter, leading to an escalating economic crisis and a sharp increase in foreign debt.
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