Fidesz's constitutional counter-revolution has reversed the process of democratization begun in Hungary in 1989. Seeking reasons for Hungary's 'backsliding', Gábor Halmai argues that democratic culture is more crucial than formal legality to guaranteeing rule of law. Hungary challenges the EU's ability to prevent illiberal democracies emerging in its midst. [ more ]
Slovenská literatura [Slovak literature]
1980-tal [The '80s]
Válka, teror, násilí [War, terror, violence]
What's the taboo? Why breaking down social barriers matters
Zeichen der Zeit. Europas Osten in Fernost [Signs of the times. Europe's East in Far East]
Now and again we dream of Europe
The European crisis. Europe as an idea and as a project today
'L'Homme' looks at public discourse on sexual violence; 'New Humanist' questions the link between self-loathing and homophobia; 'Sarajevo Notebook' focuses on the politics of the pregnant female body; 'Osteuropa' recalls the history of terrorism on the peripheries of the Russian Empire; 'Blätter' sharpens the definition of modern slavery; 'dérive' examines the infrastructural discrimination of Roma; 'Glänta' joins a European discussion about more than just disintegration; 'Ny Tid' doubts the official version of the coup in Turkey.
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