Slovakia: A Beacon of Democracy in Visegrad
The Slovak people have elected their first female president: Zuzana Čaputová, a 45-year-old lawyer, activist and divorced mother of two daughters with staunchly liberal leanings. By voting her into office, the smallest Visegrad country has decided to swim against the current of right-wing populism in Europe, giving hope to supporters of liberal democracy in the […]
Orban spent €67 million on Reviving Hungarian Weapons Manufacturing
Viktor Orban has been working on strengthening the military of Hungary for years, and he has also been trying to make the military more popular among citizens. Now he’s going to be successful.
Pro-russian tendencies pose a risk to Slovak armed forces
Slovak army even as a part of NATO have significant number of soldiers sympathizing with Russia. When would Slovakia face problem growing inside their defence force?
Donbass Brothers: How Serbian Fighters Were Deployed in Ukraine
Serbs carried out combat and counter-intelligence missions for several pro-Russia paramilitary units including the notorious Wagner group of mercenaries
Poland’s new minister: nationalist, supporter of Russia
The start of a year Poland welcomes with the controversial appointment of Adam Andruszkiewicz as Poland’s deputy minister for digital affairs