A scandal involving a pardon to a paedophile’s accomplice has already taken down Hungary’s former justice minister, President, and the head of the Hungarian Reformed Church
Despite their leader’s support for Russia, most Belarusians oppose the war with Ukraine, argues Mark Temnycky
Peter Geoghegan examines the membership and funding of the International Democracy Union.
With inflation up, growth down, and 80% of Britons unsatisfied with the political system, Matthew Gwyther explores a catastrophic loss of faith in our economic system
Katherine Denkinson delves into some of the bizarre connections between right-wing student politics, anti-Drag Queen protestors and allegations of smuggling
Matthew Gwyther looks at the public’s contradictory ideas of leadership and how women are (on the whole) confounding them
New data shows how police violence is the “norm” against ethnic minorities and foreign nationals in the EU
Angelo Boccato speaks to experts about the electoral success of Brothers of Italy