Wednesday, 28 February , 2024

Eastern Europe

An unlikely union: Israel and the European far right

Israel has been engaging far-right groups and parties across Europe, ignoring their anti-Semitism. By Ramzy Baroud internationally-syndicated columnist, a media consultant, an author. Romana Rubeo freelance writer...

Libération nationale ou lutte des classes

Des penseurs révolutionnaires comme Friedrich Engels ou Rosa Luxemburg se sont interrogés sur les divergences possibles entre les revendications nationalistes et les impératifs de...

Peace, War and Europe

By Oksana Chelysheva * The ”Confidence Building Measures In the Face Of Sharp Polarization in Europe” roundtable at the  European Parliament on March 20 (https://www.defenddemocracy.press/brussels-call-stop-the-war-stop-sending-arms-to-ukraine/)...

Peace has no meaningful alternative. Four theses

By Tamás Krausz (*) First thesis Even though the imperialism of the 21st century is connected to the developments of the 20th century with a thousand...

Over 50,000 people take part in anti-government protests in Moldova

Moldovans are still protesting against the government's failure to tackle the economic crisis amid record inflation of 33.5% and its unwillingness to negotiate a...

Most Slovaks want Russia to win Ukraine war

By Michal Hudec Sep 15, 2022 More than half of Slovaks would welcome a military victory of Russia over Ukraine, a new survey published on Wednesday...

Sinking Germany

By Marco D'Eramo 19 July 2022 Whoever the victor may be, it’s become increasingly unclear what winning the war in Ukraine would mean. The greater the...

Final Scripts (A view from Poland)

By Kassandra Vernyhora Trying to answer to the question about possible scenarios concerning the development of the situation in Ukraine, it is first necessary to...

La gauche en Pologne et le conflit en Ukraine

Par Bruno Drweski Depuis 1989, alors même qu’il existe dans la société polonaise, une forte sensibilité socialisante, anticapitaliste, et souvent nostalgique à l’égard des aspects...

The Polish left and the conflict in Ukraine

by Bruno Drweski Since 1989, even though there exists in Polish society a strong socializing, anti-capitalist and often nostalgic sensitivity towards the social aspects of...