Central Europe & Baltics

21 September 2018
Slovak Priest Sparks Debate With Controversial Views on Marriage

Calling celibacy a ‘festering wound,’ Catholic priest argues that it should be voluntary.

 
20 September 2018
Split Heirs of Europe

Will Bulgaria follow the Visegrad group or tow the Brussels line?

By Boyko Vassilev
 
19 September 2018
Danish Bank Chief Resigns as Estonian ‘Laundromat’ Scandal Grows

Bank says it knew of suspiciously large transactions involving Russian clients of its Estonian operation.

 
18 September 2018
Poland in More Hot Water Over Judicial Reforms

Warsaw could be hit with further EU sanctions this week, reports say.

 
17 September 2018
Slovenia Gets Its First Minority Government

Some fear the diversity of Sarec’s coalition agreement might prove too unstable and lead to early elections.

 
14 September 2018
The Beginning of the End for Orban in the EPP?

While this week’s vote indicates that Hungary’s strongman is drifting further away from the mainstream European People’s Party, any defection – forced or voluntary – would puncture his political influence on the continent.

By Political Capital
 

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