Maria Wilczek

Maria Wilczek

Maria Wilczek is a freelance journalist in Poland. She contributes to The Economist, Telegraph, Spectator and Gazeta Wyborcza - a Polish daily.

Europe

Poles at the polls: Five things to know

The populist Law and Justice party is sure to finish first, but a lot still hangs in the balance.

Poles at the polls: Five things to know

Europe

As Swiss franc borrowers pop champagne, Polish bankers worry

The EU's top court sets a precedent in favour of franc mortgage holders, which could cost Polish banks $15 billion.

As Swiss franc borrowers pop champagne, Polish bankers worry

Europe

John Bolton bids to pivot Eastern Europe away from Russia

US national security adviser lauded moves to attract Western investment and influence in Moscow's former client states.

John Bolton bids to pivot Eastern Europe away from Russia

Poland

Germany asks for forgiveness as leaders mark 80 years since WWII

US and European politicians draw different conclusions at ceremony in Poland marking 80 years since beginning of WWII.

Germany asks for forgiveness as leaders mark 80 years since WWII

Poland

Poland struggles to find workers as unemployment hits 28-year low

Despite influx of Ukrainians, employers are looking to South Asia and beyond to cope with labour shortage.

Poland struggles to find workers as unemployment hits 28-year low

Europe

Warsaw stops to remember the 1944 uprising

Poles commemorate Warsaw Uprising against Nazi occupation, when a city of over a million people was razed to the ground.

Warsaw stops to remember the 1944 uprising