The fight for abortion rights in Poland

When does something as personal as abortion become a matter of foreign policy? Maybe when it proves useful as a wedge to divide societies. Polish abortion rights activists reflect on 30 years of some of the strictest abortion laws in the region, as liberalization appears to be on the horizon. A recently surfaced trove of documents suggests that Kremlin meddling may have slowed that change. Laicie Heeley of the “Things That Go Boom” podcast has the story.

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