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Anna Grzymala-Busse

How historic voter turnout upended illiberal rule in Poland

Understanding the triumph of Poland’s opposition and what it means for Polish democracy and foreign policy.

If the E.U. doesn’t wake up to what’s happening with Poland, it may sleepwalk into self-destruction

The fight over whose courts are in control threatens the foundations of the European Union’s constitutional order

Poland is a Catholic country. So why are mass protests targeting churches?

The conservative government’s move to ban abortion could backfire

Poland’s presidential election just got more complicated

Confused by the wheeling and dealing? Here’s what happened.

30 years after the Berlin Wall fell, some former Soviet-controlled countries are dismantling democracy. What happened?

How did Russia, populism and ‘illiberal democracy’ creep back in?

Once, the ‘Judeo-Christian tradition’ united Americans. Now it divides them.

The Judeo-Christian tradition has become a partisan catchphrase.

Poland’s right-wing government has a new prime minister. Here are the 5 things you need to know.

Why are there protests in Poland? Here are the five things you need to know.

Thousands of Poles took to the streets — and defeated a draconian antiabortion law

Why would Poland make its already strict abortion law draconian?