Reasons for reinstating the percentage for the arts in architecture.
By undermining democratic institutions, demonizing left-wing and centrist political opponents, propagating conspiracy theories, and stoking anti-Muslim sentiment, is Poland’s government creating conditions for a swing towards the far right?
The current scandal is not just a high-profile corruption case; the spending of public funds by the Central Bank is part of the regime-building activities of the Fidesz-government.
Law and Justice proposals for a more severe abortion law sparked mass protests. But the previous government is just as responsible for the current reproductive rights situation. Interview with Agata Diduszko-Zyglewska.
What is the future for the newly formed Slovak Government? Surprises are unlikely, argues Peter Weisenbacher.
Trade unions have largely lost their mobilizing power and May Day celebrations remained small and scattered. An overview of International Workers’ Day in Central and Eastern Europe.
When does fascism become truly dangerous, and how is it related to the deficiencies of liberalism? Peter Takáč comments on the post-election developments in Slovakia.