Polish public support for resettling Ukrainian refugees has slipped in recent months, while many new arrivals have had difficulty finding work that aligns with their qualifications.
Voting patterns over decades show how hard it is to maintain enthusiasm for democracy.
Grzegorz Braun’s act was a reminder of how antisemitism has been normalised by the outgoing administration.
The autocratic Law and Justice Party looks set to be turfed out by a center-left coalition, which gained more than half of all votes.
Law and Justice emerges as the biggest party but without a majority, leaving the door open for a large coalition led by the former president of the European Council.
Slovakia has steadfastly supported Ukraine in the war, but there are signs this may change after the election.
Russia seeks evidence in western countries that justifies its anti-Ukraine propaganda, and Canadian Parliament has provided it with much-needed ammunition for a tired and erroneous argument.
Vladimir Putin’s propaganda about the Russian invasion of Ukraine reflect themes once propagated by Vladimir Lenin.
Sweeping new research shows many Europeans could accept to live under a non-democratic regime.
A selection of the best of our coverage of the conflict from the past fortnight.
More young Poles want the country to stay neutral in the Ukraine war than in 2022, a survey says.
Wagner Group mercenaries in Belarus remain a worrying wild card with possible consequences for the conflict and the wider region.
Tactics used to censor the teaching of American history in Florida schools bear much in common with those seen in the illiberal democracies of Israel, Turkey, Russia and Poland.
About 1.5 million refugees are still there, with some putting down roots.
The Holocaust has become a contentious issue in Poland in recent years. And those challenging the government’s historical narrative have faced condemnation and lawsuits.
A researcher at Tufts University near Boston discovered an old book full of research on starvation written by Jewish doctors imprisoned in the Warsaw Ghetto.
Poland’s robust arguments for more weapons for Ukraine is partly sparked by its own vulnerable position.
Ukrainians were initially welcomed with open arms in Poland, but there are signs the relationship might be becoming a little strained.
The recent military mishap in Poland shows such incidents are bound to happen near war zones. We should be ready for them.
Some of the key articles from our coverage of the war in Ukraine over the past week.