Who is right in the dispute over the suspension of controversial neonicotinoid inscecticides in Hungary?
Is the Primeval Forest Only Wood?
Plans to increase wood mining and to shoot the endangered bison population in the Polish Białowieża Forest is a textbook example of the failure of the state to protect nature.
This has happened near you
A report about a journey on foot taken by medical workers from Romny to Kyiv in order to save the healthcare facility where they work.
If you protest radically in Hungary, you might be shipped off to a psychiatric ward
Hungarian government reaches new low by branding protesters ‘mentally ill’.
Primagate: Manufacturing Hatred in the Czech Republic
TV Prima’s manipulation of news coverage concerning refugees clearly breaches journalistic standards. But neither the Czech broadcasting authorities nor the station’s Swedish owners are willing to address the issue.
Yet another tool to control the artistic community in Belarus
The Belarusian ‘parasite law’ hinders the development of independent artistic communities and gives the state additional means to control them
The frustrations and aspirations of Polish voters [Interview]
Sociologist Maciej Gdula discusses the prospects of the ruling and Law and Justice party as well as the opposition movement.