The European Union faces the ongoing problem of lacking an “official vision”. Could human rights be the solution?
Lviv’s Equality Festival, scheduled for 19-20 March, was prevented from taking place by far-right protests. We spoke to several eyewitnesses and a citizen of Lviv about the disruption to the Festival.
Czech President Miloš Zeman doesn’t give any hope to anyone – he only fosters hopelessness.
There are many similarities between the party systems of the eleven post-communist EU member states. These patterns can be explained by various social, political and historical factors. By Roland Papp.
The Autonomous Social Centre Klinika, which occupies the building of a former clinic in Prague, has attracted a large number of supporters and was awarded a prestigious prize. Yet its future remains uncertain.
Despite the increasingly anti-democratic character of the conservative political camps, the core political division in Poland and Hungary remains stable.
Ukraine as a member state is the best protection of the European idea. The centre of Europe is on Maidan.