Monthly Archives: April 2013
Anna-Cara Keim looks at the state of air travel in Northern Europe I begun to write this piece on the plane from London to Washington D.C., travelling for the first time in quite a while with what some people would call a ‘real’ airline. With friendly staff, a generous luggage allowance, and hot meals and […]
The fast approaching 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising was marked by an opinion poll conducted by the Homo Homini Institute, surveying the attitudes towards ‘Jewishness’ of a representative sample of 1250 Warsaw high school students. The results have been reported by some of the mainstream media, including Israeli news portals or the British […]
Throughout this weekend we are live tweeting from the ‘Europe: Crisis and Renewal’ Congress at Cambridge University organised by the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies and The International Council for Central and East European Studies. The highlights this far included a public conversation between the doyen of East European Studies, Prof Stephen […]
Despite big inroads from ‘Coca-Cola Christmas’, Easter remains the most important and most celebrated religious holiday in the still strongly Catholic Poland.