Four years after the migration crisis, the topic still often dominates the headlines, and remains to be the top concern among the citizens of the European Union. What people think matters in our increasingly high-speed, post-truth, well-connected world. However, what people choose to think is sometimes based on false assumptions. It is vital to address what is based on facts and what is based on false assumptions because migration is likely to remain part of the discussion for years to come.
Europe’s Migration Myths
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Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Western Balkans have been, due to their geographic
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The upcoming EU’s Digital Services Act (DSA) can be a first and very important step
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Democracy and Authoritarianism in CEE & Western Balkans: Who is winning?
The ‘democratic experiment’ has proven rather resilient in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) and Western