10/03/2017 - 00:00
The so called “Visegrad Four” (“V4”) cooperation includes the Central European countries of Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. The V4 represents a strong Central-Eastern European interest group within the EU. Slovakia could be a strong member of the Visegrad Four cooperation, but the current situation is different.
Will Slovakia choose to side with the core of the EU, over a close cooperation within the V4?
The Slovak tide is about to change
History of Slovakia speaks clearly: "Vysegrad 4 (V4) was here long before the European Union"

08/23/2017 - 16:23
The Polish Parliament approved laws which may jeopardize the Courts’ independence. The controversial reform bills provoked political mobilization in Polish civil society. The point of view of Aleksandra Wierzbicka, Polish student of political science in France.
The end of independent judiciary in Poland
Accept the challenge!

07/20/2017 - 07:55
The recent sanctions procedure initiated by the European Parliament against Hungary is part of the continuing deterioration of European-Hungarian relations. Is this country the real ugly duckling of the Union, or is it simply a scapegoat?
Put an end to “Hungary bashing”
For the benefit of Europe, criticize Hungary!

07/19/2017 - 19:10
US President Donald Trumps's visit and speech in the Polish capital, Warsaw, was labelled of 'historic significance' both by his own administration and by Polish politicians. But how did his speech resonate with the Polish people?
Poland has much to lose as an ally in Trump’s trade war
President Trump’s speech and Poland's future Role in the West

01/13/2017 - 19:47
The State of democracy and the rule of law in Poland is a debate not only within the country but also on the European and international scene. Some speak of the end of Polish democracy, some others have more nuanced opinions.
Towards the end of liberal democracy?
Search for a lost culprit

01/08/2017 - 00:00
Could the Berlin bombing disadvantage Angela Merkel in the upcoming elections? Can it really be regarded as a disavowal of the migration policy put in place by the German Chancellor? In Berlin, emotion gives way to anger in the days following the attack on the Christmas Market. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is being blamed, and her admission policy, which she defended tooth and nail during the migratory crisis, is exposed to growing criticism.
A shared responsibility
Accept the challenge!

04/22/2016 - 11:17
A visa-free dialogue between the European Union and Ukraine started in September 2008 at the EU-Ukraine Summit in Paris. And now, despite all the obstacles, Ukraine is closer to the border opening than ever before. The question is whether Ukrainians are ready to take such a serious step.
The EU-Ukraine border should be opened as soon as possible
Ukraine still has a lot to do before it is ready for a border opening

10/19/2015 - 12:26
Some months ago the Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced that Hungary would tackle important challenges with regards to immigration. Recently, the public was informed that a wall of 175 km would be constructed at the Serbian-Hungarian border. How can the immigration policy of the Hungarian government be evaluated?
Immigration and common sense
The xenophobic position of the Government