Krzysztof Mularczyk is a broadcast journalist who works for TVP World where he hosts the "World Today" programme. He has in the past written for Political Economy and Warsaw Business Journal, as well as the Polish language press such as Wprost, Rzeczpospolita and Życie. He has also worked extensively in senior management of civil society organizations and public relations, as well as for foreign public and private donors during the pre-accession phase in Central Europe and the Balkans.
Russia has sensed opportunity, and will not let go easily now. The noose it has placed on Ukraine’s neck, which has been tightened as a result of Western actions, has now made it very difficult for that country to free itself.
The communist revolution of today is far more difficult to fight than that during the 20th century. Perhaps the first thing that needs to be done to bolster our fight is admit that what we are facing is essentially a revolution aimed at moving the world towards communism.