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Krakow to Budapest: The Danube Bend

To read part one of this post, click here.

Day 3 was relaxed. There was no rush with only a short distance to go before Budapest. 321 more words


Zaovine, Jezda & Kusturica

This post is a li’l bit tricky to write, since I’m supposed to write it in English and it features a couple locations from south-west part of Serbia. 71 more words

La política.

Te juro que, cuando se os escucha, podría creerse que todas las cuestiones han sido felizmente resueltas, y que todos los peligros se han desterrado para siempre, y que se han allanado todos los caminos y que ya solamente queda ponerse en marcha. 131 more words


Stopping the far right requires opposing the EU

The revolt against the labour law and Francois Hollande in France 

In this second of a two-part article examining the European crisis and the rise of the far right I look at why the left needs to adopt an internationalist position of rupture with the EU if we are to be most effective in stopping the radicalising racist forces and the processes within Austerity and Fortress Europe which are driving them. 3,005 more words

Not going hungry in Hungary!

We arrived in Budapest after a very enjoyable train journey from Munich, through Salzburg and Vienna. The Railjet train is very comfortable and the views are amazing. 563 more words

Hungary #2, Danube Bend


Sunday morning, the twenty-fourth of June, in a rented apartment near the Budapest Opera, I was waiting for a lift to go and see the Danube Bend, … 911 more words


Securitizing the Syrian refugee influx: How Visegrad group countries use language to turn migrants into threats

by Givi Gigitashvili

The Syrian refugee crisis has once again sparked debates about the existence of two different Europes, with deep-seated discrepancies between the Eastern and Western European countries. 1,957 more words