In this episode Adam and Alexandra open up with a discussion on the latest news in the region including Georgia’s president surviving an impeachment proceeding; Viktor Orban’s meeting in China; latest on Nagorno-Karabakh and developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The main interview features Anna Wójcik, co-founder and editor of “Rule of Law in Poland” and The Wiktor Osiatyński Archive, a rule of law monitoring project. She is also a Humboldt Foundation Fellow at the Max Planck Institute of Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. Anna shares her perspective on the results of the recent elections in Poland, how fair were they, what are the next steps in the power transition and all the challenges the new government will face in restoring the rule of law in Poland.

For context read: “Wind of change” by Daniel Gleichgewicht, New Eastern Europe 17 October 2023:

Our Guest’s Resources:
“Rule of Law in Poland”

The Wiktor Osiatyński Archive

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