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Afraid it’s EU time again,
And hope it doesn’t inflict pain,
But this week’s Slovak meeting seems,
Not to have helped the Euro dreams.

There’s Brexit first, they must have talked, 318 more words


The Austrian aftermath – why the EU has a problem with sanctioning its member states for violating democratic principles

Wiebke Junge studied Political Science in Vienna and European Politics at LSE in London. She recently finished her dissertation on ‘European Sanctions and Democratic Principles’ and currently works as a Parliamentary Assistant to the MP of the Austrian NEOS party, a young movement of liberal democrats. 1,960 more words

Articles And Blogs

Krynica i długo, długo nic... Do czasu

Zakończyło się 26 Forum Ekonomiczne w Krynicy. Jedno z największych, choć nie oszukujmy się, wcale nie najważniejszych wydarzeń w polskiej gospodarce. Tematów do komentarzy było niemało, a większość wiązała się ściśle ze spotkaniem Orban – Kaczyński. 640 more words

Opinie I Komentarze

The Man Who Wasn't There

Hungarian daily Népszabadság published an interesting article titled „Kövér has had enough of Habony and Rogán, preparing for serious talk with Orbán”

According to the newspaper’s sources, Kövér (speaker of the Parliament and living conscience of Fidesz) is concerned about the less than transparent increase of  wealth of Orbán’s younger key men: Antal Rogán, propaganda minister (officially called the Minister leading the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister), and Árpád Habony, a man without any formal position or link to government or Fidesz, but who is believed to be one of Orbán’s most important advisers. 688 more words


Caro ministero, che cos'è un migrante?

Il ministero della pubblica istruzione ungherese ha emanato una circolare chiedendo ai presidi una lista dei “migranti” che figurano tra gli studenti del loro istituto. 364 more words

How Trump-Haters have helped Trump

The 45th President of the United States: Donald Trump.

Picture that for a second.

Similarly in Europe, a plethora of far-right, nationalist and populist (some even neo-fascist) parties have propelled to new heights of power in their respective countries. 1,313 more words