Mikheil Saakashvili and his supporters marched through the Polish-Ukrainian border.
According to the Hungarian government, the battle has only just begun; the EU Court of Justice has ruled against Hungary in the question of the refugee quota system
Saša Uhlová’s investigative project explores workplace conditions in the worst-paid jobs in Czech Republic
Transnistria is usually seen as a rogue state with little relevance for European politics. In reality it has always had a key geopolitical function, and one that is now rapidly changing.
In Poland the pluralising gaze has not yet reached a confident critical mass.
School prepares you for life, they say. If that’s true, we’re in deep trouble, for after devouring public education, the Hungarian Fidesz-KDNP government swallowed the entire schoolbook market for dessert.
Different sets of statistics show very different results about what Central Europeans think about the EU.