A year into the war in Ukraine, a historian reflects on how it has affected the geopolitical environment.
Huge pro-democracy demonstrations in Israel have taken place for almost two months in protest of new rules for the Supreme Court that Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing government is rushing into law.
Brussels’ inability to tackle Hungary’s growing authoritarianism reveals a key weakness in the EU system.
Orbán’s nationalist gesture at a recent football match raises important questions – and tensions.
Israel’s longest serving and most politically resilient prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, returns to government with a new coalition, partnering with extreme-right parties. It could be his undoing.
How political parties such as Fidesz, Brothers of Italy, and the National Rally form part of the European Parliament.
The first people who studied tyranny were the ancient Greeks, an expert says.
Evangelical protestants, around one third of the population, are likely to play a key role in the upcoming Brazilian election.
The EU commission is taking legal action against Hungary may not be a sure win for LGBT rights in Europe.
Former Soviet bloc nations have reason to worry about an embargo on Russian oil, but Europeans are finally recognizing the true costs of their longstanding energy dependence on Russia.
Research shows that Europe’s far right has deep ideological and practical ties to Putin’s Russia.
A united opposition may be a winning strategy in some elections, but not for the United for Hungary coalition.
A fractured opposition helped deliver a parliamentary super majority to Europe’s longest serving leader despite position on Ukraine.
The surprise winner of the opposition primaries does not align himself with any political party.
Viktor Orban has once again flouted EU values with a new law on sharing material that ‘promotes homosexuality’.
As Slovenia takes over the rotating EU Council presidency, other member states should not let Janez Janša follow in Hungary’s authoritarian footsteps.
A new anti-LGBTQ+ law in Hungary is populist Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s tactic for securing support ahead of elections.
Benjamin Netanyahu wasn’t ousted just for typical political reasons, such as other politicians’ ambitions or grievances. He was thrown out because he was seen as a threat to democracy.
The new US administration has talked about setting up an alliance of democracies. For the time being, the project seems vague. Yet such an alliance is necessary.
Trump is reminiscent of strongmen like Hungary’s Viktor Orbán and Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan. A good portion of the electorate like what he’s selling anyway. That’s a bitter pill for the U.S.