The Orbán government still refuses to accept Sweden into the NATO military alliance, and postponed the issue indefinitely.
Read the first installment of The Organised Crime and Corruption Watch – a collaborative project researched by seven investigative outlets members of The Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. The team will explore an organized crime or corruption topic for each edition and showcase the most relevant facts.
The online anonymous instant messaging app Telegram is now the main playing field for extremists, conspiracy theorists and information warfare. German language channels play an important role as an extreme opinion hub influencing the rest of Central and Eastern Europe.
In the year before his arrest for spying for Russia, Mateusz Piskorski exchanged more than 100 emails with Russian politician Sargis Mirzakhanian. We have proof that people working at the Kremlin planned Piskorski’s moves.
How to make a satellite state out of an independent Moldova? Russia has a ready-made plan: to support pro-Putin politicians, activists, and the Orthodox Church; to make the country dependent on gas; to discourage the EU and NATO; and to stir up social conflicts.
The Orbán government tried to help unfreeze the funds blocked by European authorities and tried to help the Russians avoid direct Western sanctions. Hacked emails expose the behind-the-scenes operations of the International Investment Bank
How does a lover of critical thinking turn into someone who runs away from a so-called alternative media outlet once it becomes a disinformation channel?