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Four days before the Polish Presidential election was scheduled to take place on May 10th, Poland’s governing coalition parties reached an agreement to postpone the election to a later date. While the legal bases of their decision are still unclear, party leaders state that their decision was in anticipation that the Supreme Court would declare… » read more

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In addition to the coronavirus pandemic shaking all affected countries to the core, Europe’s youngest nation was struck with a political crisis causing even more uncertainty and distress for its citizens. Following the October 2019 elections in Kosovo, the new government, led by the Vetevendosje (Self-determination) party, was formed only in February, and by the… » read more

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The abrupt and unexpected advent of the Coronavirus health crisis has certainty impacted the European Union internally, threatening the already fragile cohesion between its Member States. The never-ending issue of an allegedly missing European solidarity has made its reappearance in both public and political debates, with expressions such as abandonment, lack of unity, self-interest being… » read more

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Belgie se v posledních týdnech dostala do hledáčku světových médií zejména kvůli alarmujícím statistikám – počet obětí COVID-19 je zde v přepočtu na počet obyvatel vůbec nejvyšší na světě.[1] Do dnešního dne nemoci podlehlo přes 7000 lidí, celkem se prokázalo přes 45 tisíc případů nového koronaviru. Malá země, počtem obyvatel srovnatelná s Českou republikou, se… » read more

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