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Czechoslovakia, where I was born and which celebrates its hundredth anniversary these days no longer exists.

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The information space that is used by voters, politicians and interest groups in Western nations is being contested an

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Ukraine saw a huge explosion of popular mobilization during the Euromaidan protests in winter 2013-2014, when

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I was born in 1991 when my country gained independence from Yugoslavia.

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Over the  past  15  years,  the  space  for  civic  engagement  in  Russia  has continuously shrunk, and it looks set

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My fingers are shivering under the bitingly-cold Brussels weather as I check my phone on my way to work.

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What a difference a year makes!

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Political participation can be regarded as a basic need in democracies.

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Last Friday, the Czechs and the Slovaks commemorated the fall of Communist totalitarianism and the advent of a new era o

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The rule-of-law procedure against Poland, opened in January 2016, has painfully tested the safeguards supposed to protec

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