Government says Serbian nationalists backed by Russia planned to overthrow pro-NATO government.
Estimates say up to 10,000 people marched through the Hungarian capital against growing authoritarianism.
Film and pop music are being used to sway teens away from criticizing the state.
With his third ascent to power, an adaptable Boyko Borissov seems to embrace yet another role.
Poland’s chief of military counterintelligence says the agency may have had improper ties to Russia’s FSB during Tusk’s premiership.
Beyond power games, the current political crisis centers on checks and balances underlying liberal democracies in the region.
Both potential changes drew international criticism for being a way for the current regime to shun accountability and stay in power longer.
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