Warsaw’s Middle Eastern Failure

Warsaw’s Middle Eastern Failure

Recently, the Polish government agreed to host a gathering in Warsaw on the Middle East that was held the day before the Munich Security Conference, which typically brings together all the sides of major conflicts in the world; however, the Polish conference would be exclusively focused on an anti-Iranian agenda and based on the current narratives espoused by the Trump administration and Israel.

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Progress in Play: Board Games and the Meaning of History

Progress in Play: Board Games and the Meaning of History

Players moving pieces along a track to be first to reach a goal was the archetypal board game format of the 18th and 19th century. Alex Andriesse looks at one popular incarnation in which these pieces progress chronologically through history itself, usually with some not-so-subtle ideological, moral, or national ideal as the object of the game.

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9 Polish Movies That Almost Won an Oscar

9 Polish Movies That Almost Won an Oscar

Close, but no cigar! There was always something – politics, money, or the works of the great masters of cinema – that stood in the way of a Polish triumph at the Academy Awards. Culture.pl presents nine Polish movies in which almost won an Oscar in the Best Foreign Language Film category.

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