Interviews wydanie 24.03.2023 – 31.03.2023
Widening gap between élites and rest of France
Chantal Delsol: – Only sons of polytechnic graduates are admitted to polytechnics.
Interviews wydanie 24.03.2023 – 31.03.2023
Why do we need mosquitoes, fleas and ticks
Let the insects eat us after we die, the ethologist appeals.
Interviews wydanie 17.03.2023 – 24.03.2023
Archaeoastronomy is not looking for an ancient UFO
In archaeology, there are so-called black swans - at a given historical moment they should not have occurred, but they did.
Interviews wydanie 17.03.2023 – 24.03.2023
The nation must make a choice, it must cast it die
Trust me, in Georgia, we all still remember Mr. Lech Kaczynski! Who can forget him arriving, alongside the Ukrainian president and the leaders of the Baltic states, in the midst of our war against Russia? - says prof. Alexander Mikaberidze.
Interviews wydanie 10.03.2023 – 17.03.2023
Gladiators: a bloody pastime
The symbol of Rome's fall is... pants.
Interviews wydanie 3.03.2023 – 10.03.2023
The rise and fall of a Russian political technologist
An intellectual and professional cynic. Putin's former spin doctor Gleb Pavlovsky has died.
Interviews wydanie 3.03.2023 – 10.03.2023
Putin has a financial cushion for now
The scenarios assuming a collapse of the Russian economy have not materialized so far, says Dr. Lukasz Rachel, a Polish economist from the so-called Stanford Group.
Interviews wydanie 24.02.2023 – 3.03.2023
Russia is a clinical case of "Dutch disease"
"Putin is losing the European market and has to sell fuel to China and India, offering substantial price discounts. And this hurts," says Andrzej Krajewski, author of the book "Oil. The blood of civilisation".
Interviews wydanie 17.02.2023 – 24.02.2023
Polish Stonehenge
Silver and lead were smelted in the area as far back as in the early Middle Ages.
Interviews wydanie 3.02.2023 – 10.02.2023
Artificial embryos in an artificial uterus
They can be used for toxicity tests and drug analysis
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