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 [...]
Like virtually everywhere in Europe in the last month, Bulgaria’s media focused almost entirely on the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are a few key figures and some of the main measures taken by the [...]
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 [...]
Even though I was born and raised in Riga, I don’t think I knew the city until I moved to the centre. It’s more interesting and multifaceted than I once thought. In the time of the virus, [...]
Lossi Asks: How Might the COVID-19 Pandemic Affect Attitudes Towards Border Policies in Central and Eastern Europe?
No one in Europe could have possibly missed out on the big news of the moment: the coronavirus is here. With the daily lives of 446 million EU inhabitants affected, the pandemic might constitute [...]
When asked if he would consider going into politics, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp was unequivocal: “I will never. I have too much common sense”. But at a time when football coaches’ views on [...]
– Approximately 200 far-right supporters gathered in downtown Sofia on February 22nd after Bulgaria’s Supreme Administrative Court upheld the city mayor’s ban on their annual torchlight [...]
The year 2019 in Belarus-Russia relations was dominated by another energy row, caused this time by the launch of Russia’s so-called ‘tax manoeuvre’ – a six-year plan aimed at [...]
Michael Cole on how hard-right figures have used cats to soften their image.