In May last year, Sweden and Finland sought North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) membership during Russia’s Ukraine invasion. However, Finland
Pundits have already dubbed 2022 a vital moment for the rule of law in Europe, with the potential to redraw
On 15 June, Hungary’s parliament passed a new law that banned schools from addressing and promoting LGBT awareness, which advanced
The European Union (EU) is facing a crisis after two member countries thumbed down its proposed €1.8-trillion budget that included
Under the draft law, judges could be removed from their posts for taking part in "activities of a political nature"
In his first remarks, the new EPP leader has criticized Hungary's Viktor Orban without actually mentioning him.
Western failures in Eastern Europe and at home, coupled with Eastern Europeans' impotence, have entrenched post-communism, the highest stage of
The next President of the European Commission could outplay the unpleasant Eastern European and Italian leaders who voted her into
Without figuring out how to complete successfully the integration of Eastern and Western Europe, the EU will be doomed to
A compromise put forth by France, Germany, and Spain has been rejected by the Eastern European member states, Ireland as