Hungarian opposition wins Budapest in blow to Orban
Budapest joins Istanbul and Warsaw by having an opposition mayor to a strongman illiberal leader, after a united opposition
EU powerless in new Syrian mayhem
EU foreign ministers are meeting to find a common position on the Turkish invasion in Syria. However, events are evolving quickly,
Poland election: Ruling Law and Justice party claims victory
The conservative nationalist Law and Justice party is on course for a majority, partial results suggest.
Europe’s pundits expect the UK PM to turn an adverse Supreme Court ruling to his political advantage.
Johnson’s Brexit drama grips European press
Despite the “chaos”, many papers believe Boris Johnson will emerge the ultimate victor in an election.
Germany’s far-right eyes future gains after election boost
The AfD, which focuses on anti-immigration, anti-Islam rhetoric, increases support in two eastern states.
The new European Commission: what’s next?
Informal interviews with von der Leyen, hearings with parliamentary committees, and votes in the EU parliament and Council
A study of Bulgarian far-right proto-militias dismantles the theory of the lone-wolf extremist
A widely shared photo of the members of BNO Shipka and their guest German far-right politician Tatjana Festerling showing a
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