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Analyses | | Wojciech Górecki

On 15 May, the president of Georgia, Salome Zourabichvili, pardoned two opposition politicians: Giorgi (Gigi) Ugulava and Irakli Okruashvili. Ugulava was a close aide of the former president Mikheil…

Analyses | | Ryszarda Formuszewicz, Szymon Kardaś

On May 15, Germany’s Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) rejected the Nord Stream 2 company’s request to grant the Nord Stream 2 pipeline derogations from the EU’s gas directive. The agency did not share the…

Analyses | | Marek Matusiak

A new government was sworn in on 17 May in Israel. It will be led by Benjamin Netanyahu—for the fifth time. The government has been formed by right-wing and centrist blocs led by Netanyahu and the former Chief of…

Analyses | | Justyna Gotkowska

Since the beginning of May there has been a heated debate in Germany about the country’s participation in NATO’s nuclear sharing program. The discussion began following an…

Analyses | | Ryszarda Formuszewicz

On 5 May, Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court (BVerfG) ruled that the Public Sector Purchase…

Analyses | | Kamil Całus

On 23 April, the Moldovan parliament ratified the agreement signed on 17 April whereby Russia granted the country a loan of €200 million.…

Analyses | | Franciszek Tyszka

On 10 and 17 April, the Hungarian government issued a series of decrees…

Analyses | | Krzysztof Dębiec

The government of Igor Matovič, which was sworn in on 21 March, adopted a draft agenda that was sent to the National Council the following…

Analyses | | Marek Matusiak

On 20 April, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud) and the…

Analyses | | Krzysztof Dębiec

In the first few days of April, the Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš outlined a…