Civilization wydanie 1.12.2023 – 8.12.2023
Is Putin winning in Ukraine?
2023 ends with a territorial loss balance for Ukraine: Russians have gained more than they lost.
Columns wydanie 13.10.2023 – 20.10.2023
Yeltsin, Putin's worthy predecessor
It was the previous president of Russia who executed democracy.
Columns wydanie 1.09.2023 – 8.09.2023
Has the Pope betrayed progressives in favour of Putin?
Today they act as if they never admired Francis.
Civilization wydanie 25.08.2023 – 1.09.2023
The termination of "Putin's cook"
The aircraft disaster of August 23 strengthens the Russian dictator.
Civilization wydanie 21.07.2023 – 28.07.2023
Putin, war, empire… What do Russians really think?
Almost everyone is afraid of the consequences of using nukes.
Civilization wydanie 30.06.2023 – 7.07.2023
Putin's fate isn’t the most important thing for Russia
Both he as well as Prigozhin are already "people of yesterday". Vladimir will leave and die because there are no "retired dons" in the mafia.
Interviews wydanie 2.06.2023 – 9.06.2023
Would Putin manipulate the West?
The Russian state expects gangsters to cooperate, says British historian and political scientist Prof. Mark Galeotti.
Civilization wydanie 19.05.2023 – 26.05.2023
Putin's Polish Pals
Who are they? Do they have anything in common other than sympathy for Russia?
Interviews wydanie 12.05.2023 – 19.05.2023
The Birth of Homo Putinus
In the decade, the regime in Moscow has deliberately introduced language that is very disturbingly similar to the language of Nazi Germany to describe Ukrainians, namely to call Ukrainians sick vermin. There is a word "nelyudi".
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.
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