While the Slovak Prime Minister talks sovereignty, the Slovak diplomats discuss deeper integration. Yet, internal politics and foreign policy don’t stand alone. Although interest in preserving its EU membership are directing Slovak EU policies today, tomorrow the situation may well turn around – just like in the UK.
Hungary’s planned October referendum on the EU’s imposed migration quotas will boost Orbán’s efforts to challenge the European status quo and strengthen his power at home.
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