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.
Magdalena Mikulak argues that Poland’s Law and Justice government’s vision of change has left little room for alternative views and values, noting that there are now legitimate concerns about the effects of these reforms on Polish society and women in particular.
Katha Pollitt on defending Polish women’s right to choose.
Elaborate plans for a Museum District in the Városliget park threaten public space as part of the government’s efforts to move its offices to the symbolic location of Buda Castle.
Dom umenia/Kunsthalle Bratislava offers a fresh glimpse at the heated topic of the refugee crisis.
One hundred and fifty years ago, the Czechs were among the pioneers of the cooperative movement, which attempts to put the public good before profit. Today, it is beginning to experience renewed interest.