A quiet but fierce war rages in Poland today for the hearts and minds of the citizenry. The Law and Justice Party appears to have a long-term plan to solidify power by weakening all the levers of democracy and civil society.
“We want education, not lies”. Around four hundred people gathered in front of the Ministry of National Education in Warsaw. But even that couldn’t stop the government from passing the education bill.
With less than ten days to go before the German federal elections, the “Schulz train,” a popular meme from the beginning of the election campaign, has long since halted and the Social Democrats are now far behind the Christian Democrats in the polls.
Katrin Nenasheva was detained five times over the last two years — in particular for her anti-war protests.
Mikheil Saakashvili and his supporters marched through the Polish-Ukrainian border.
According to the Hungarian government, the battle has only just begun; the EU Court of Justice has ruled against Hungary in the question of the refugee quota system
From the Good Friday Agreement to free trade relations and citizenship rights, there is much at stake on the UK-EU border.