Sebastian Dullien & Jeremy Shapiro - 16 January 2017
It is time to recognize that the integrity of information is part of the critical infrastructure of liberal democracy.
Zsuzsanna Végh - 09 September 2016
A likely ‘no’ vote in Hungary’s legally questionable referendum will provide ammunition for Orbán’s battle with Brussels.
Adam Balcer, Krzysztof Blusz - 23 November 2015
Law and Justice's strongly sovereignist, and occasional nationalistic, leanings may lead the party from the centrist foreign policy course that it has pledged
Piotr Buras - 26 October 2015
Law and Justice’s landslide election victory is an unprecedented moment for Polish democracy.
Piotr Buras and Bartosz Duda - 23 October 2015
Poland votes this weekend, with the Law and Justice party widely expected to win. What are the big isuses dominating the election?
José Ignacio Torreblanca - 02 February 2015
Europe is being reshaped around an axis of nationalism and sovereignty and Greece is just the beginning.
José Ignacio Torreblanca - 26 January 2015
Last night's victory for Syriza shows that it is possible for a party system in Southern Europe to collapse as a result of a grave mismanagement of the crisis.
José Ignacio Torreblanca - 23 January 2015
Regardless of the electoral outcome in Greece on Monday, life (and democracy) will remain a set of imperfect decisions made with insufficient information.
José Ignacio Torreblanca - 30 October 2014
A breakdown of the recent votes by the European Parliament to approve the incoming European Commission, headed by former prime minister of Luxembourg Jean-Claude Juncker.
José Ignacio Torreblanca - 03 October 2014
Some dubious appointments are causing strong resistance to Juncker's Commission within the European Parliament.
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