In a number of countries, authoritarian nationalist governments have come to power, promising to right the perceived wrongs of the transition period.
Viktor Orbán’s populist illiberal government creates and benefits massively from polarisation of the Hungarian society.
The unity, as in the early 1930s, will have to be built from below.
Despite the Progressives’ electoral success, a long way for women’s rights is still ahead.
The Spanish far-right enters parliament – after a campaign relying on political branding reminiscent of fascism.
Čaputova’s success poses a strategic dilemma, but there’s also hope for post-soviet societies’ aspirations to become better places for all.