Still Deeply Stuck in the East
March 26, 2013 - Example Author - New Eastern Europe newsletter
There are places which do not fully fit the region in which they are placed. The same can be said about Poland. We like to call our country a Central European country and this is the way in which we like to describe our place in the world. However, when you look at our cultural profile it becomes clear that we are closer – unfortunately – to our neighbours in the East: the Russians and Ukrainians than to the Hungarians or the Czechs.
Polish journalist Ziemowit Szczerek argues that Poland is slowly moving from Eastern Europe towards Central Europe, but that it is still deeply stuck in the East.
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