A new far-right Azov party can become an important player in Ukrainian parliamentary politics, possessing a wide base of mobilized and ideologically motivated supporters.
Observation is one tool for approaching an understanding of socio-economic marginality – especially in its racialised forms – but mere observation is not enough.
Artifacts on display at the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk paint a powerful pluralist picture of war experiences. But the museum’s future is currently in jeopardy.
The murder of a young girl in a Ukrainian village has led to the expulsion of local Roma families. In the aftermath, observers are asking whether Roma have a place in today’s Ukraine.
The Refugee crisis appears to be a convenient moment for Poland to shut down the “Belarusian route” for migrants from the Russian North Caucasus and other former Soviet states.
The history of modern Polish cinema cannot be told without Wajda.
What Czech society is missing is not a “decent president”, but a “noble populism” focused on the right aims.