When Russia began gradually enforcing quarantines in late March, the country’s art community followed suit. Galleries transitioned to online, performance art became virtual, and recreating famous [...]
Renée Rippberger on the essential role of migrant workers from Central and Eastern Europe in Western European agriculture.
Laura Royer on the media coverage of the Hungarian coronavirus law.
Jules Ortjens analyses the Hungarian parliament's willingness to hand power over to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
Sabrina Gafforova on how the people of Tajikistan have reacted to the first confirmed cases of COVID-19 in their country.
As the number of worldwide coronavirus cases nears two million, experts have not shied away from making predictions about the long-term impacts of COVID-19 on the economy and on society, as a [...]
Just a week before the seriousness of the ongoing pandemic really hit, when it was still possible – though a bit complicated – to travel between countries, I found myself in a hotel [...]
As if pressures on Ukraine’s healthcare sector weren’t high enough due to COVID-19, on March 30th, Ukraine’s Ministry of Health lived through another shake-up — it got a new minister. Forty-four [...]