Europe has a duty to act on Jarosław Kaczyński and his party.
If one thing is clear, it is that Central Europeans will not come out onto the streets solely for an abstract idea of “more democracy in Europe”.
At the moment, because you have majority voting, sometimes the majority doesn’t give a damn about what the minority thinks – Marcin Gerwin in conversation with Peter Emerson.
Are there alternatives to capitalism? Veronika Pehe interviews economist Tomáš Sedláček.
The Soviet Union has been replaced by a resurgent Russia and the European Union has come to be dominated by the forces of nationalism.
Jaroslav Fiala and Pavel Šplíchal comment on the rising wave of anti-Islamism and fear of refugees in the Czech Republic.
Reflections on the conference “Socialism, Capitalism, and the Alternatives: Lessons from Russia and Eastern Europe” (London, 14-16 December)