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.
Taxi drivers are demanding that the same regulations apply to Uber as to them.
In the last 6 years, none of the large movements in Hungary have had a proper mobilization strategy.
The Kurdish militia have officially opened their European office in Prague. Interview with YPG Europe representative Sheruan Hassan.