There is an overwhelming support in Hungary for EU membership across most political convictions, according to the latest polling. In a poll conducted by Medián towards the end of May, Hungarians were asked: “Should Hungary, as Great Britain did, hold a referendum on EU membership. how would you vote?” According to the survey, the vast […]
The eventual accession of Ukraine to the European Union would have significant consequences for the member states, including shifting the political focus closer to the east of the bloc. It will be a long and complicated process in many areas, writes Jana Juzová, a researcher at the Europeum Institute.
A new project of a broader Europe associated with the EU but with a freer and wider market and mutual military assistance might be the solution for the current political crisis in the EU caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, writes Tomasz Sakiewicz for portal niezależna.pl
The Hungarian government’s massive victory in the April elections underlines where the Hungarian people stand in relation to rule-of-law sanctions pursued by an aggressive EU left, said Judit Varga at a meeting of ministers in Brussels
Accession of Ukraine into the EU would mark the fulfillment of Poland’s long-term geopolitical goal of creating a Central and Eastern European counterweight to Germany and Russia, writes Mateusz Kosiński
When the war broke out in Ukraine and Poland’s opposition attacked its own government in Brussels, Polish political commentator Wojciech Biedroń asks under which flag does the Polish society stand firmly today?
The past few weeks have brought Ukrainians and Poles closer together than they have ever been and have led to speculation as to where the limits of this new found union may lie, writes Jakub Maciejewski in portal wPolityce.pl
Slovakia’s liberal leaders want to place NATO’s frontline with Russia on their territory, yet most citizens not only reject NATO troops in their country but also support neutrality or even back Russia’s actions in Ukraine
As the Western world praises Ukrainian President Zelensky, there is no denying his atrocious record of support for minority rights in his own country, a fact many ethnic Hungarians have not forgotten as they are pushed to fight for a government that has shown them hatred
Despite German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle celebrating the Telegram app as a tool for opposition during protests in Belarus last year, the German government now sees it as a threat because Germany’s opposition is using it
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