07/02/2012 - 21:31
The past of the Royal House is veiled by the abdication of King Michael in 1947, which resulted in the installation of the communism the same year. Why should one not show respect to the Royal House just like in the past? Why should one refuse to accept the seriousness of the mistake made by the King in 1947?
Eyes on a royalist Romania
The return of the monarchy?

06/22/2012 - 19:59
The newest polls made by OBOP show that the leading opposition party, the Law and Justice, dominates the government party, the Civic Platform (PO). Does this poll show a new tendency in Polish politics, or is it but a momentary change of mood, of Polish voters? Have the tables turned in Poland?
The stable position of Tusk’s government
A new direction in Polish politics

05/31/2012 - 12:47
There is a tendency in the escalation of right-wing parties which can be monitored all over Europe at present. It is no different in Hungary. In what lies the power of Jobbik, the Hungarian radical right-wing party? Does its radical action harm the country or is it useful?
Comprehensible rising
Radicalization is not the right answer

05/31/2012 - 01:07
The Hungarian Socialist Party and its governance between 2002-2010 was named “one of Europe’s most incompetent” by the Washington Post in one of its articles. After parliamentary elections the Fidesz-KDNP coalition marginalized the former ruling party by its two-third majority. Does the party still have a future?
Its past, present and future: all incompatible
The red carnation will bloom again

05/26/2012 - 17:17
In line with the structural changes a new bill on higher education was passed. The government wants to make higher education more rational and more profitable. However, some students feel that all their hopes in future have gone up in flames because of the new measures increasing their responsibilities.
A rational educational system for a secure future
Are fetters the key to prosperity?

01/20/2012 - 13:39
A parliamentary election to both the Senate and the Lower House was held in Poland in 2011. Prime Minister Donald Tusk has become the first Polish leader to be re-elected since the end of communism. Does that mean a brighter future for Poland or is the attitude of the electors a mere sign of a democratic weakness?
The well-known scenario
Toward the stabilization of Poland's political arena

12/20/2011 - 03:28
Right after getting to power Fidesz-KDNP voted the new law about Hungarian dual citizenship. The measure was supported not only by the governing parties but also by the major part of the opposition. However, the left wing is still concerned about its effects.
The only hope
The concern of the left wing

11/16/2011 - 10:01
According to the supporters of the government this law is aimed to protect minors, to provide balanced information and to hold back the far-right. However national and foreign powers on the left wing, consider that with this law Viktor Orbán gets further in the building of a dictatorship.
A manipulated scandal
A new needle in the coffin of Hungarian democracy

09/14/2011 - 03:39
Within a democratic and modern Europe, Hungary chose a unique way to put its legal and republican system on new basis. The Parliament voted the new basic law by a two-third majority in April 2011.
Hungary, a democracy
Another one-party Constiution?