The British vote and its aftershocks are not a sign that European integration is dead. On the contrary – the idea that Europeans have to manage their common space together still seems more plausible than anything else.
In the V4, resentment over the post-communist consensus and the decline of the EU’s soft power have produced a potent mix for political contestation, resulting in a populist upheaval. Can it be contained?
In September 2015, the management of the influential Czech commercial TV Prima, gave clear instructions to reporters to depict refugees negatively in their news coverage. Those who did not agree with this position were told to leave their jobs.
Less than 10% of the board members of Central Europe’s biggest companies are women. The glass ceiling has some cracks, but without serious changes in the region’s socio-political landscape, very few will have the chance to break it.READ THE STORY