Was Kurz’s fall in Austria an orchestrated coup?
As in previous cases, the allegations against Sebastian Kurz were based on chance finds in old SMS communications
Austrian chancellor defends Hungary, Poland in rule of law debate
Kurz says equal measures should apply for all European Union member states
Austria’s Kurz: Afghans ‘must not go to Europe’
The Austrian prime minister’s stance on migration was echoed by Czech and Serbian prime ministers
Czech, Slovak, and Austrian PMs stand up to illegal migration
According to the prime ministers, there is a need to help Afghans in their country or in neighboring states
Austria will continue to send Afghan migrants back to home country
Austria will continue to deport illegal Afghan migrants despite American withdrawal, says Chancellor Sebastian Kurz
Austria becomes first European country to ban Muslim Brotherhood
Austria’s decision to ban the Muslim Brotherhood comes after the radical Islamist group was branded a terrorist organization by the governments of Russia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Bahrain.
Kurz says Austria won’t stop deportations to Afghanistan following rape and murder of 13-year-old girl
Austrian anti-migrant sentiment swells after weekend murder of 13-year-old girl
Czechia to receive vaccines from Austria and Slovenia after refusing EU’s plan
There is no solidarity behind closed doors, says Babiš
Austria’s Kurz threatens to veto EU vaccine order unless his country receives more doses
A battle is brewing around an upcoming vaccine delivery from BioNTech/Pfizer, with some EU countries, including Austria, claiming they are not getting their fair share
The blunders of Brussels
Four EU leaders call for more equitable vaccine distribution at Vienna summit
Vaccine shipments must be population-proportionate
Austria, Czechia and other nations want EU summit on ‘unfair’ allocation of vaccines
Some nations are getting more vaccines than their share of the population would dictate
Austria cannot depend on EU alone for vaccination, Chancellor Kurz says
Austria and Denmark initiate cooperation with Israel
Austrians increasingly dissatisfied with cabinet’s coronavirus measures: poll
Kurz administration losing in popularity
Austria: Chancellor Kurz backs Russian COVID-19 vaccine, rejects ‘geopolitical taboos’ on its use
“Efficacy, safety and rapid availability are important, not geopolitical struggles,” said Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz
Four EU countries, including Czechia, want faster vaccine approval process
The group consits of Czechia, Greece, Denmark and Austria
Austria: Ski resort mayor in hot water over suggesting migrants are breaking quarantine rules
The Kurier newspaper determined through phone records that most of the people violating social distancing at the ski resort came from a heavily-migrant neighborhood in Vienna
Austria: Security forces arrest 30 radical Islamists as Chancellor Kurz declares ban on political Islam
60 homes are searched as crackdown on radical Islam gains steam
Political Islam to be designated a crime in Austria
The law should make it easier to shut down extremist associations
PM Babiš participated in a meeting of “Smart first-movers”
The group shared experiences on the epidemic
Chancellor Kurz says attacks in Vienna were ‘professionally prepared,’ Czech politicians express condolences
Kurz called the incident a “repulsive terrorist attack”
Dozens of Turks attack a church in Vienna; Austrian Chancellor Kurz strongly condemns attack
Chancellor Kurz promised to fight political Islam
Austrian military imam fired after allegedly sympathizing with jihad
A thorough investigation had been launched
EU’s distribution of asylum seekers to member states has failed: Austria’s Kurz
Kurz is not ready to accept new refugees
Greek politicians warn of ‘Moria tactic’ from migrants after another arson on Samos island
Coronavirus: Prime ministers of Czechia, Austria, and Slovakia promise not to close borders to one another
Czechia recorded over 1,000 new cases two days in a row
Coronavirus is fueling disputes between Germany and Austria
Relations between the two countries are getting worse
Austria rejects migrant quotas, backs Hungary, Czechia and Poland’s strict asylum policies
The country is not accepting any more asylum seekers
Germany blocked our medical supplies for coronavirus for 2 weeks, says Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz
“Once the coronavirus pandemic is over, we will have to start a discussion on our relations,” Chancellor Kurz said
Austria sends 2,500 soldiers to protect border, refuses to accept migrant minors
“We learned from the mistakes made in 2015,” said Austrian Minister of Defense Klaudia Tanner.
Merkel still wants migrant quotas despite V4 opposition
450 immigrants arrive in Germany every single day
European Commission to change its approach to V4
Sebastian Kurz to build bridges between the EC and V4.
V4 prime ministers and Austria agree on migration, disagree on energy
V4 PMs and Sebastian Kurz found common ground and disagreements
European migration policy at a crossroads
Migration policy tops the agenda in several EU countries.
Opinion: UN migration pact in trouble
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced that his country will not sign the UN migration pact and the Czechs may well make a similar announcement this week – the pact looks more and more shaky, Magyar Hírlap columnist Ottó Nagy writes.
Babis got Conte and Borisov on board for his Frontex proposal
Frontex doesn’t need additional resources, its capacities are sufficient, repeated Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš to the media during the EU summit in Brussels.
Kurz attempts the impossible in Salzburg
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is attempting the impossible by trying to bring the migration debate to a conclusion at the informal EU summit in Salzburg.
Sebastian Kurz – Austrian political superstar
Meet Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz – a 32-year-old politician who is one of the most influential politicians in Europe. His view of migration is close to that of the Visegrad Group and not only because of the rejection of migrant quotas.
The world according to Roger Waters
Roger Waters, the lead singer of Pink Floyd, used his concerts in Krakow and Gdańsk as an opportunity to wax political.
Kurz’s Austria could be the pillar of a new European structure
The solution to the migration problem begins with guarding the borders. This is clear for a majority of the European population, however the Berlin-Brussels axis is unable to see it for what it is, claims Jan Koukal, former Czech ambassador to Austria