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Turning the tide: how Poland defeated the populists

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The last decade or so has witnessed the seemingly unstoppable rise of populism across Europe and the world. The ruling Law and Justice party in Poland were one example of the trend and there were no signs they were going anywhere. But a couple of weekends ago, Poland voted for a change. We explore the shock result, how we got here and what drove the record turnout with Piotr Buras and Anne Applebaum. Then we speak to young climate activist Dominika Lasota about her role mobilising women in the election. What can we learn from Poland and is there hope on the horizon?


Guests

Piotr Buras, the Head of the European Council on Foreign Relations’ Warsaw Office (@PiotrBuras1 / @ecfr)

Anne Applebaum, Staff Writer at The Atlantic and Pulitzer-prize winning historian (@anneapplebaum / @TheAtlantic)

Dominika Lasota, climate activist and co-founder of the climate campaign group Wschód (@lasotellia / @wschod)


More information


Read Anne's article in the Atlantic: 'Poland Shows that Autocracy is not Inevitable'


Read analysis from the ECFR about Poland's future and its relationship with Poland


Find out more about Wschód



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The last decade or so has witnessed the seemingly unstoppable rise of populism across Europe and the world. The ruling Law and Justice party in Poland were one example of the trend and there were no signs they were going anywhere. But a couple of weekends ago, Poland voted for a change. We explore the shock result, how we got here and what drove the record turnout with Piotr Buras and Anne Applebaum. Then we speak to young climate activist Dominika Lasota about her role mobilising women in the election. What can we learn from Poland and is there hope on the horizon?


Guests

Piotr Buras, the Head of the European Council on Foreign Relations’ Warsaw Office (@PiotrBuras1 / @ecfr)

Anne Applebaum, Staff Writer at The Atlantic and Pulitzer-prize winning historian (@anneapplebaum / @TheAtlantic)

Dominika Lasota, climate activist and co-founder of the climate campaign group Wschód (@lasotellia / @wschod)


More information


Read Anne's article in the Atlantic: 'Poland Shows that Autocracy is not Inevitable'


Read analysis from the ECFR about Poland's future and its relationship with Poland


Find out more about Wschód



Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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