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Stasiński, Maciej

Stasiński, Maciej

Maciej Stasiński was born in Warsaw in 1955. From 1981 to 1995 he worked as a correspondent for La Vanguardia in Barcelona. Since 1995 he has worked as an editor and journalist for Gazeta Wyborcza.

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The author has so far published 1 article on euro|topics.

1.  Article | 29/10/2008

A curse from the past

The Poles are immersed in a dispute over different approaches to dealing with their past: Would it be better to simply consider the whole matter of the communist regime closed, or should each and every former secret service agent or functionary be called to account for their crimes.
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Gazeta Wyborcza - Poland | 26/02/2010

Anti-Americanism to blame for death by starvation

Latin American and European states could have prevented the death of dissident Orlando Zapata and shown stronger opposition to the Cuban dictatorship, the liberal daily Gazeta Wyborcza admonishes: "The leaders of all those Latin American countries that, merely because of their - historically justified - aversion to the US, haven't condemned the regime in Cuba should take the death of the Cuban to heart. Although they themselves want to live in a democracy they left the Cuban dictatorship in peace because it symbolises the hopeless fight of David against Goliath. This death should also be taken to heart by those European countries and leaders who just shrug their shoulders when the fate of the island is discussed, either because they are anti-American or simply indifferent to the fate of the eleven million Cubans."

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