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Free Alexei Navalny!

Free Alexei Navalny!

Written by: in: Politics

We strongly disagree with sentencing Alexei Navalny to 5 years in jail in a politically motivated trial by Kirov court. He should be released immediately and face a retrial by another court with his rights as a defendant fully respected. We urge leaders of the European Union: President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy, […]

Comeback to important issues

Comeback to important issues

Written by: in: Politics

When in 2010 we decided that one of our main directions of action and stimulation to public discussion in Liberte! should be liberally understood social policy, our political class was busy with discussing issues completely not connected with people’s life. Smolensk, rhetoric of deterring Law and Justice Party, Tusk’s small steps (a real stagnation), changes […]

Job Centres: Reform or Revolution?

Job Centres: Reform or Revolution?

Written by: in: Society

On the pages of Gazeta Wyborcza, Jacek Męcina, the Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Policy, announced “the revolution” in the functioning of one of the most bizarre institution of our country, that is the job centres. The question is if this will be indeed a revolution or rather some cosmetic changes, as job centres […]

Gwadar and Hambantota: New Geopolitical Symbols?

Gwadar and Hambantota: New Geopolitical Symbols?

Written by: in: Culture

According to Robert Kaplan, a Stratfor analyst and former correspondent of The Atlantic, the geopolitical future of the world in 21st century will be formed in the Indian Ocean region. His latest book – “Monsoon: The Indian Ocean and the Future of American Power” – is a must read for everyone who is interested in global affairs, and for […]

Mont Pelerin Society 2012 Prague Conference

Mont Pelerin Society 2012 Prague Conference

Written by: in: Thought

Liberte! has the pleasure to invite all interested to Mont Pelerin Society 2012 Prague Conference, organized by our friends – Czech Liberalni Institute. Welcome address by Jiri Schwarz, Chairman of the MPS 2012 Organizing Committee  Dear friends of liberty and individual responsibility, It will be immense pleasure to welcome you at the greatest festival of classical […]

European Forum for New Ideas 26-28 September 2012

European Forum for New Ideas 26-28 September 2012

Written by: in: Thought

The European Forum for New Ideas with its second edition in Sopot, 26-28 September 2012, is an international conference of business communities, also attended by representatives of the cultural sector, scholars and politicians. EFNI is organized by the Polish Confederation of Private Employers Lewiatan in collaboration with BUSINESSEUROPE, the City of Sopot, as well as […]

After ACTA – open public resources

After ACTA – open public resources

Written by: in: Culture

Another important discussion, which stems indirectly from the issues behind the dispute about ACTA, can soon heat the heads of the Internet users and, above all, science and culture creators in Poland. I think here about the idea propagated by the circle closely connected with the Ministry of Digitalization, by Digital Centre among others, which […]

Family policy – facts, myths and solutions

Family policy – facts, myths and solutions

Written by: in: Society

A great wave of discussion about the pension reform implemented by the government is sweeping through Poland. It is a necessary reform, forced by sad demographic factors. We discuss too little  so-called “the other side of the coin”, by which the state can influence the demography or the family policy. It is worth establishing the […]

Either federation or disintegration

Either federation or disintegration

Written by: in: Politics

If the Union wants to overcome the crisis, it has to “run forward.” It means that it has to build an actual federation. Only a genius or an ignorant is able today to predict in all probability the future of Europe. Fortune telling and futurology is a field for naive people, whose predictions never come […]

I keep my fingers crossed for Romney

I keep my fingers crossed for Romney

Written by: in: Politics

Do I love the American conservatives? Absolutely not. Have I already forgotten about the specificity of George W. Bush’s policy? No, I haven’t. However, in the upcoming presidential race, I will keep my fingers crossed for Mitt Romney. Why? The continuation of Obama’s rule would be disadvantageous for Poland and Central and Eastern Europe; it […]

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