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.
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 [...]
🇧🇬 Bulgaria Monthly Digest: COVID restrictions tighten, and CoE calls for defense of minority rights
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 [...]
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 [...]
Walking through the corridors of the Faculty of Physics of Yerevan State University (YSU), Lusine, a friend of mine and postgraduate student at the Faculty of International Relations, points to [...]
– 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 [...]
Eva Modebadze on the present and future prospects of Russia-China partnership.