If they prove successful, the newly appointed prime minister’s plans could bring PiS the popularity boost it needs to cement its rule.
In the wrong doses, the stick-and-carrot approach to EU funds for Central Europe might stoke precisely the tendencies that Brussels aims to keep in check.
A decade after its founding, the ‘Sever Bocu’ press museum is making a name among institutions devoted to preserving southeastern European cultural history.
The similar personalities of the two most prominent figures in Bulgarian politics could prove a valuable asset for their collaboration.
Unexpected wins – and losses – in Slovak regional elections reverse a Central European trend.
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