Repairing trust in federation

In the run up to the European Parliamentary elections in May, editors from the Eurozine network will be reporting on national debates from across the EU. First up in the …

Who can make Ukraine great again?

The lack of ideological distinctions between Ukraine’s presidential candidates may allow them to be responsive to citizens’ needs, however it has also led to populist short-termism. With liberal, modernizing platforms …

Brexit Is Hell

Over time, public conceptions of hell have migrated from the realm of religious belief to that of literature and political aphorism. And nowhere is the idea of eternal damnation as …

Intellectual paths in central Europe

How can intellectuals of central Europe maintain their moral principles and independence, yet support democracy, in an age when the region is again traversing a rocky road paved with nationalism …

Russia´s post-invasion trauma

The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the editorial staff. We believe that publishing articles such as this fosters …

K vraždě Jána Kuciaka

Jsme hluboce zarmouceni a zděšeni zprávou o úkladné vraždě slovenského novináře Jána Kuciaka a jeho partnerky Martiny Kušnírové. Vyjadřujeme soustrast oběma rodinám i Jánovým redakčním kolegům. Kategoricky odsuzujeme tento hanebný …

Investigative journalist killed in his house

„The Interior Ministry confirmed on the morning of February 26 that the investigative journalist of the Aktuality.sk website, Ján Kuciak, was found dead in his house, obviously murdered, the Sme …

Rewriting Russian History

Below is an experpt from an article written by Dagmara Moskwa on Eurozine: „In 2015 the 70th anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany was celebrated in grand style. …