Europe

EU court questions legality of Poland's judicial reforms

Poland's Supreme Court must now decide whether a body overseeing judges is politically independent.

EU court questions legality of Poland's judicial reforms

Poland

The normalisation of far-right politics in Poland

The far right, which has entered Poland's Parliament for the first time, is trying to push an illiberal agenda.

The normalisation of far-right politics in Poland

AJ Impact

EU finance ministers urge end of funding for oil, gas and coal

The European Investment Bank president says EU governments are still divided on fossil fuel funding.

EU finance ministers urge end of funding for oil, gas and coal

Poland

'Great Poland': Thousands attend Independence March

Patriots and hardliners attend annual rally with a focus this year on protecting 'traditional values' and shunning LGBT.

'Great Poland': Thousands attend Independence March in Warsaw

Europe

Poles can now visit the US without visas

The symbolic victory, however, comes at a price.

After decades of waiting, Poles can visit the US without visas

UpFront

Polish MP: 'For me, multiculturalism is not a value'

We ask Polish politician Dominik Tarczynski about his government's controversial policies towards Muslims and migrants.

AJ IMPACT

Will Poland join atomic energy club?

Poland's richest man plans to build country's first nuclear plant, but some are sceptical.

Will Poland join atomic energy club?

UpFront

Why will Poland not take in any Muslims?

We challenge a member of Poland's governing Law and Justice Party, and discuss the ongoing hijab controversy in France.

Poland

Polish MPs back bill to criminalise 'promoting underage sex'

Move is seen by critics as a government effort to court conservative support and an attempt to ban sex education.

Polish MPs back bill to criminalise 'promoting underage sex'

Poland

As populists hold on to power in Poland, press freedom fears rise

Journalists are worried about the ruling PiS party's vague pre-election pledge to usher in 'new media order'.

As populists hold on to power in Poland, press freedom fears rise

Europe

Poland: Ruling conservative PiS party wins parliamentary election

The general election was considered the most important since 1989, when Poland's transition to democracy began.

Europe

Poland's ruling party seen to keep power in parliamentary vote

Early official results show populist Law and Justice party set to win with 49.3 percent of vote.

Poland

Poland's ruling party seen to keep power in parliamentary vote

Early official results show populist Law and Justice party set to win with 49.3 percent of vote.

Poland's ruling party seen to keep power in parliamentary vote

Poland

Poland's ruling party projected to win parliamentary election

Populist Law and Justice party set to win with 43.6 percent of votes, exit polls say.

Poland's ruling party projected to win parliamentary election

The Listening Post

A tale of two brothers: Poland, politics, and the press

The populist Law and Justice party is hoping for re-election, and this public broadcaster may help it secure victory.