GLOBSEC: Volodymyr Zelensky four times more popular than Putin in CEE
New GLOBSEC report, GLOBSEC Trends 2022, shows that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is four times more popular than Vladimir Putin. On average, 66% of respondents perceive Volodymyr Zelensky positively, compared to only 15% viewing Putin favourably and 78% unfavourably.
Shadow soldiers: who is supporting the Kremlin’s war in CEE
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has activated a broad media and movement network in support of the war effort in Central-Eastern Europe, which not many people are aware of.
RSF World Press Freedom Index 2022: Widening divide
Situation in Visegrad Four countries reflects broader trends – as Reporters Without Borders (RSF) note in World Press Freedom Index 2022, whole European Union is caught between two extremes.
IPI Mission Report: Media Freedom in Hungary Ahead of 2022 Election
International Press Institute released a new report assessing challenges for independent journalism in Hungary. We are publishing its key findings.
Putin’s propagandists: How Russian information warfare succeeded in Hungary
Despite Hungary backing the EU’s punitive sanctions regime against Russia and the humanitarian aid the cabinet provided to Ukraine, the government continues its foreign policy balancing act between the West and Russia.