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Poland’s Democracy
2016 Vol. 8 No. 2 - Spring / Commentary

Poland’s Democracy

Wanda Koscia’s documentary about the uprising, The Battle for Warsaw, was about a fight for freedom and democracy. The filmmaker now casts a worried eye at Poland’s democracy.

The Origins of Modern Polish Democracy: A Review
2011 Vol. 3 No. 1 — Spring / Books

The Origins of Modern Polish Democracy: A Review

A new book from Ohio University Press presents a much-needed survey and appreciation of Poland’s deep-rooted democratic traditions.

A Few Questions for… Prof. Marek Suszko
2009 — Winter / Interviews

A Few Questions for… Prof. Marek Suszko

As we reflect on the 20 years since the fall of communism in Europe and ponder what the future may hold, CR recently had a chance to ask a few questions of Professor Marek Suszko, who teaches at the Department of History at Loyola University in Chicago. He shared some insight about the positive developments that have taken place in Poland since 1989, the country’s role in the EU and its relationship with the United States.

From Totalitarianism to Democracy: A Twisted and Unfinished Road
2009 — Winter / Features

From Totalitarianism to Democracy: A Twisted and Unfinished Road

The McGill University campus in Montreal, Canada was the setting of a recent international conference organized by the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in Canada on the 20th anniversary of the fall of communism in Europe. From Totalitarianism to Democracy: Twisted and Unfinished Road took place on October 21-22, 2009 and featured seventeen speakers from Canada, the United States, Poland, Germany and Australia.