One should be aware that this referendum is not the end of the journey.
Romania has an important maneuvering margin, but it also has a greater development gap to overcome.
Should we be thinking about why protests in Serbia have emerged, or should we focus more on what will happen after the protests?
In some areas, Poland made a huge step forward, but in some areas it did not, sometimes it even made a step back.
Erdoğan wants to make the current state of emergency permanent and create a regime of constitutional dictatorship.
Are Poland’s Law and Justice Party’s policies egalitarian and progressive, or are they a bandaid in place of implementing truly just social policies, and a challenge for the left?
Does a polling station opening in Warsaw for Serbian citizens signal a change in the Serbian political landscape?