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The news magazine Polityka was founded in the 1950s and was originally the official organ of the communist party (PZPR). At the time the party allowed it to publish opinions which didn't entirely correspond to the official party line. Polityka has been published by a cooperative especially set up for this purpose since 1990. It was relaunched as a colour magazine in 1995.

Medium: magazine
Political orientation: Centre-left
Circulation: 117,000 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Weekly on Wednesdays
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: Warsaw, Poland
Publisher: POLITYKA Sp. z o.o. S.K.A
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1957

ul. Słupecka 6, PL-02-309 Warszawa 22
Phone: 0048 22 451 61 33
E-Mail: polityka@polityka.pl
Internet: http://www.polityka.pl
Twitter: @Polityka_pl   

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1.  Polityka - Poland | 20/01/2016

Row with Poland symbolic of the EU crisis

Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło said on Tuesday in the European Parliament that neither the restructuring of the Constitutional Tribunal nor the new media law ... » more

2.  Polityka - Poland | 31/05/2011

Green energy to replace nuclear power

Although a bold step, Germany's nuclear phase-out by 2022 is made feasible by its innovative business environment, writes the online edition of the news magazine ... » more

3.  Polityka - Poland | 26/09/2007

The subjectivity of contemporary Polish culture

Contemporary Polish culture is developing at a rapid pace, Piotr Sarzyński notes. "Many critics claim this is no longer simply a movement but a full-blown ... » more

4.  Polityka - Poland | 30/10/2006

Contemporary Polish theatre

Aneta Kyziol explains why plays about the communist era are seldom shown in Poland. "Older directors don't want to look back while younger ones prefer ... » more

5.  Polityka - Poland | 19/07/2006

German-Polish relations hit a low

Since the German daily newspaper die tageszeitung described Polish President Lech Kaczynski as a potato, what is now being referred to as the "potato war" ... » more

6.  Polityka - Poland | 08/03/2006

Milinkevich on Belarusian passiveness

Very few observers think it likely that a democratic revolution will bring down the dictatorship of Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko. Alexander Milinkevich, the main opposition ... » more

 

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