In Between Europe #21: EP elections in the Visegrad Four
This episode is the first segment of a two-part series with Talk Eastern Europe (TEE) on the results of the European Parliament elections in Central Europe.
May 28, 2019 - Zselyke Csaky and Gergely Romsics - Blogs and podcasts
In this episode, In Between Europe speaks with Edit Zgut, a visiting lecturer at the Center for Europe in the University of Warsaw and discuss the V4 and what is next for the opposition in Hungary and Poland. Stay tuned for part two on Bulgaria, Romania, and more Poland with TEE!
History minute: The Left That’s Not There – Social Democratic Parties in Central Europe
2019 Election Results, European Parliament
Why Brussels Overlooks Central Europeans for Top EU Jobs, Edit Zgut, Politico Europe, 21 May 2019
End of the Third Way, Marcin Zaborowski & Wojciech Przybylski, Visegrad Insight, 27 May 2019
Talk Eastern Europe, New Eastern Europe, 2019
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Zselyke Csaky is a research director for Europe & Eurasia at Freedom House. She regularly writes about Central Europe and issues related to human rights.
Gergely Romsics is a senior fellow with the Research Center for the Humanities–Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His interests include the study of ideologies and political theory in Central Europe.