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The Interpreter: How Stable Are Democracies? ‘Warning Signs Are Flashing Red’
Yascha Mounk, a Harvard lecturer.
As Trump Reaches Toward Putin, U.S. Troops Arrive in Poland
Eastern Europeans were ecstatic when NATO voted to base troops in the region. But now, as they arrive, Donald Trump makes their mission less clear.
The Worst Thing Russia Ever Did to America
This post The Worst Thing Russia Ever Did to America appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Eastern Europe is becoming a powder keg. Did America just light the fuse? Brian Maher reveals the answer... The
Mass Protests Force Romania to Scrap Law Decriminalizing Graft
These were some of the country's biggest protests since the fall of dictator Ceausescu in 1989.
Bulgaria Grows Uneasy as Trump Complicates Its Ties to Russia
President Rumen Radev of Bulgaria in Sofia last month. “We have a clear road map to follow,” he said. “Staying in the E.U. and staying in NATO. But at the same time, we have a deep historical
Leonard Perroots, General Who Defused Nuclear Crisis With Soviets, Dies at 83
Lt. Gen. Leonard H. Perroots in an undated photo from the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Thousands Protest in Georgia to Back Opposition TV Station
Rustavi-2 is the most popular television station in the small Eastern European country.
After Trump Win, Anti-Soros Forces Are Emboldened in Eastern Europe
Demonstrators shining lights during an anticorruption protest in front of the government building in Bucharest, Romania, last month. The leader of the governing party, Liviu Dragnea, has pressed for
Thousands in Budapest Protest Legislation Targeting George Soros-Founded University
"Media, civilians, students and Hungarian people cannot be silenced in their own country."
Hungary’s Orban Accepts EU Demands
After a controversy involving a law meant to close down a George Soros-founded university.
Young, Idealistic but Determined, Slovaks Lead Anticorruption Crusade
Karolina Farska, second from left, and David Straka, center, used Facebook to organize an anticorruption demonstration in Bratislava, Slovakia, in April.
U.S. troops have spread across Eastern Europe in show of force to Russia
During his campaign, Donald Trump expressed skepticism about American military involvement overseas generally, and about NATO specifically. But since taking office, he hasn’t backed away from
Right-Tilting Poland Welcomes Trump as Europe Watches Warily
Posters advertising President Trump’s planned speech at Krasinski Square in Warsaw.
Russia’s Latest War Games Are Causing Jitters in Europe
"We are anxious about this drill ... it is an open preparation for war with the West," Lithuania's president said
Czech Election Won by Anti-Establishment Party Led by Billionaire
The billionaire Andrej Babis, leader of Ano, which defeated the Czech Republic’s mainstream parties.
Android Pay is coming to Slovakia
Google has been extending Android Pay into several new countries lately. The payment system arrived in Ukraine last month, along with the Czech Republic and Brazil this month. Earlier today, Google
Why Eastern Europe is a hotbed for computer vision startups
In September 2015, the Ukrainian startup community and technology-focused media went into a frenzy after Snapchat announced it was acquiring Looksery, an Odessa-based image-processing startup. The
In Eastern Europe, Populism Lives, Widening a Split in the E.U.
Flag-waving nationalists marched through Warsaw on Nov. 11 during Independence Day celebrations.
A rogue's gallery of 17 of Eastern Europe's richest, most politically connected oligarchs
Albania's Shkëlqim Fusha likes to hide in the shadows, but his cousin, Tirana chief prosecutor Petrit Fusha, is implicated in a massive corruption scandal whose cover-up involved assassinating a
‘Fake News’ Fights Back
Russian disinformation. A government attacking the media. A populace deeply skeptical of it. These Slovak journalists had seen it all — and decided to do something about it.