01/15/2013 - 13:33
The Gorilla report, proof of the corruption between political and economic elites, has since its appearance on the Internet on Christmas Eve generated a lot of passion in Slovak civil society. The question is now: will Gorilla trigger a real renewal of political elites? Or will it simply be swept under the rug?
Gorilla, a harmless animal against Slovak politicians
Gorilla, a time bomb on the Slovak political scene

01/14/2013 - 23:11
On December 28th, the Slovak government has declared the state of alarm, forcing doctors, including strikers to return to duty. Has the government exceeded its powers by undermining the fundamental rights of doctors? Was it a legitimate act to end at all costs the unprecedented crisis of medical care?
Doctors, kidnappers of Slovakia
Doctors, victims of Slovakia

01/14/2013 - 23:06
On the 11th of March 2012 Polish feminists organised the annual demonstration and evoked a public debate on the Church's influence on public issues in Poland. Is a total separation of the Church and State desirable in general by Polish citizens? Or should the traditional position of the Church be maintained?
A will to reduce the Church's influence
A Catholic Church supported by a catholic society

01/14/2013 - 22:53
In February 2012, the Prime Minister Donald Tusk's party proposed the pension reform that anticipates extending the retirement age both for men and women to 67 years. Is it really necessary to inscrease the retirement age to 67? Or should we search for other options that will not impose such harsh changes?
An obvious need for reform despite numerous objections
Wrong measures to overcome the demographic crisis

01/14/2013 - 22:40
In May 2011 the Internal Security Agency confiscated the computer of the author of the blog which promotes content detrimental to the dignity of the current Polish President Bronisław Komorowski.
Freedom of Expression dominantes the desire to protect the image of the Head of State
The dignity of the supreme representative of Poland is rightly protected by law

11/08/2012 - 18:10
After the downfall of Mihai Razvan Ungureaunu’s government scandals came to light on almost a daily basis, slowing the country’s progress toward prosperity and economic growth. Was the former liberal government’s austerity programme responsible for these events? Is this an opportunity to reinvigorate Romania’s economy?
A new opportunity for the revitalisation of the Romanian economy
A new roadblock to Romania’s socio-economic advancement

08/10/2012 - 16:03
Popular discontent led to the attempted impeachment of President Traian Băsescu by referendum on 29 July 2012. Are there any objective reasons to declare that the Romanian President has failed in his duties? The results show a certain unpopularity for the saved President…
President Traian Băsescu Saved from Impeachment by the Romanians
The Attempted Impeachment of the President a Symptom of Tensions between the Head of State and his Government

07/04/2012 - 16:13
On Saturday March 10 2012 the legislative elections took place in Slovakia. The SMER-SD party won 55.3 % of the seats in the Slovak Parliament. Is the victory of SMER-SD a victory for Slovakia as well?
A democratic victory with a bitter aftertaste
The victory of stability and European perspectives