Posts Tagged: East-Central Europe
Hungarian philosopher and political theorist Gaspar Miklos Tamas started out on the Left, moved steadily rightward, and then made an abrupt U-turn.
The “energy of delusion” fueled the formation of the Network of East-West Women.
Mounting Islamophobia in East-Central Europe can result from indigenous chauvinism and a misreading of history.
Lustration ― screening of officials for their ties to Communist-era secret police ― is of little consequence to the new generation of East-Central Europe politicians.
Many leave Hungary and the rest of East-Central Europe in search of opportunity; others arrive in search of better lives.
The business community hasn’t begun to see Roma as consumers because it’s too busy worrying about how an association with them would adversely affect its image.
At times, transition seemed to mean simply the transfer of resources from one ruling elite to another.
Despite a worldwide reduction in poverty, the economic situation of Roma in East-Central Europe has declined.
Although Roma have made gains in East-Central Europe, they continue to exist on the margins of society.