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Marcin Rzegocki is a Ph.D. student at the Warsaw School of Economics.
Recent Articles by Marcin Rzegocki
August 28, 2017
Polish government pays Catholic newspaper to promote the EU
The fact that the EU uses taxpayers’ money to promote its own reputation in the media is concerning enough. It is doubly so when public funds go to shape the coverage of religious
August 7, 2017
The Polish Catholic Church calls for 'ruthless' sin tax on alcohol
In most Roman Catholic parishes in Poland, during the Mass on July 30 the priest read a pastoral letter calling on the government to increase the price and restrict the sale of alcohol.
July 5, 2017
EU funding is closing European businesses
The EU Structural Funds program is the European Union’s redistributive mechanism aimed at reducing the inequalities in development between different EU member states. Wealthy EU members,
June 23, 2017
EU refugees: The West pays, the East obeys?
Does a nation have the right to preserve its cultural values, even if it means defying an EU policy? And can it do so while accepting EU money? Those questions are at the heart of a
May 5, 2017
Does Macron want the EU to punish Poland for its charity or its success?
As French voters go to the polls this weekend, citizens in Poland look on with concern. Emmanuel Macron, the Left’s presidential candidate, recently promised that if he wins the election, he