Bernard Guetta, now MEP for the Renew group, covered for Le Monde the events on Solidarność from August 1980 to 1983. As Le Monde’s correspondent…
Chinese influence in Central Europe is certain. However, it has not brought the expected results, while it is sometimes exaggerated.
Jérôme Heurtaux looks back on the 1989 events, which are unavoidable in the recent history of Poland and Central Europe.
In Northern Macedonia, the court delivered its verdict on the « Reket » case. The case illustrates the serious corruption problems in the country.
Radosław Sikorski is a Polish politician, currently Member of the European Parliament (Civic Platform // EPP). Before his European mandate, Mr Sikorski has fulfilled many…
Xavier Bougarel answers for Euro Créative many questions about Islam in the Balkans, the « oldest Islam in Europe ».
The problem of IDPs remains in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Despite legal international protections, practical solutions are sorely lacking.
Galia Ackerman is an essayist and a historian specialized in Russia and Ukraine. She is also associate Researcher at the University of Caen. We can mention her…
While Romania has been engulfed in a political crisis for many months, our Romanian contributor Doris Manou wonders about the future of Romanian youth. Faced with endemic corruption, lack of prospects and deteriorating public services, many have no choice but to emigrate. For how long?
Emmanuel Macron’s visit to Poland followed several years of tension between the two countries, initially angered by the ‘Caracal affair’ and politically opposed on a number of recent issues. The French President had three main objectives: to clear up misunderstandings, to relaunch Franco-Polish relations and to define a common course for bilateral and European progress.