5 September 2016
Hungarian Mock Party Takes On Governmental Anti-Immigration Campaign Premium

Two-Tailed Dog Party is among the few willing to challenge the status quo ahead of the referendum. 

26 August 2016
Controversy Grows as Dozens Return Hungarian Knight's Cross Premium

Past award recipients have returned the state distinction because of decision to honor infamous xenophobe, who is close to the ruling party.

26 August 2016
Backlash Against Migrants in Central and Southeastern Europe Intensifies Premium

Hungary announces plans for a second fence to further increase border security, while an Afghan migrant is shot dead in neighboring Serbia.

16 August 2016
Orban Plays the Oligarch Game to Control Media Premium

Independence of media outlets diminishes in Hungary, as power struggles between media barons reveal Orban's strategy of supporting loyal oligarchs.

27 July 2016
Competitors Eye Budapest as Uber Exits Premium

Strict new regulations don’t amount to a ban but leave the company no choice but to suspend its service in the Hungarian capital.

13 July 2016
Hungary May Open Doors to Guest Workers Premium
Employers say non-EU workers needed to offset a growing labor shortage.
7 July 2016
Protests Underway at Budapest Park Despite Police Action Premium

Activists and a large proportion of Budapest residents oppose plans to cut down trees in order to make way for costly museum district.

6 July 2016
Hungary Sets Date for EU Quotas Referendum Premium

Viktor Orban’s government accelerates its campaign against EU refugee policies in the wake of Britain’s Leave vote.

1 July 2016
After Brexit, Central Europe Feels Lonely Premium

“Frenemies” will likely become the best way to describe the changed relationship between the region and Britain.

By Martin Ehl
24 June 2016
A Wake-Up Call for Europe Premium

While many Central Europeans mourn the Leave victory in the UK’s referendum, the region’s leaders say the vote should push the EU to revamp its policies – and quickly.

By Lyubomir Martinov



Moldovan diaries

The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

This innovative approach to story telling gives voice to ordinary people and takes the reader on the virtual trip across Moldovan rural and urban landscapes. 

It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.

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