Zselyke Csaky

Central Europe could be the region most damaged by Brexit

Some observers have voiced concern that with Brexit set to dominate the agenda at the EU level in the coming months and years, other pressing issues could be put on the backburner. Zselyke Csaky writes that one such concern is the state of democracy in Hungary and Poland. She argues that if the EU becomes preoccupied during negotiations with […]

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    Despite shifts in public opinion, there is still an ‘east-west divide’ on LGBT rights in Europe

Despite shifts in public opinion, there is still an ‘east-west divide’ on LGBT rights in Europe

Public opinion on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) rights has undergone a significant shift in Europe in recent decades; however there is still substantial variation in terms of the way in which legal systems within EU states deal with the issue. Zselyke Csaky writes on LGBT rights in the member states which have joined the EU since 2004. […]

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The European economic crisis has coincided with a decline in press freedom in the EU.

In the half decade since the beginning of the economic crisis, global press freedom has declined, and the EU has been no exception to this trend. Reporting on a new survey on press freedom, Jennifer Dunham and Zselyke Csaky find that Greece and Hungary have experienced large declines in press freedom in recent years, with Lithuania, Latvia and Spain also seeing […]

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