o be clear, they would not always act together or conspire to arrive at Brussels summits with a consolidated agenda.
The Visegrad Prime Ministers Babiš, Mateusz Morawiecki, and Viktor Orbán made the leaders of the stronger European countries look for a compromise.
In a number of countries, authoritarian nationalist governments have come to power, promising to right the perceived wrongs of the transition period.
Čaputova’s success poses a strategic dilemma, but there’s also hope for post-soviet societies’ aspirations to become better places for all.
Boris Zala sets out some of the points to understand the Left in Slovakia.
Political developments in the Czech Republic are not regionally specific. They are part of a broader development of modern society.