The Newsmakers

Is the European Union using funding cuts to fight for democracy in Hungary and Poland?

The European Commission has put forward a proposal, that would tie the amount of funds received to respect for the rule of law. Both Hungary and Poland are accused of becoming more authoritarian, but critics say it's not the EU's job to police its member states. Guests: Dominik Tarczynski MP, Law and Justice party Peter Balazs Former Foreign Minister Hungary Craig Turp Editor-in-Chief, Emerging Europe

Is it the EU’s job to police its member states?

Is it the EU’s job to police its member states?

Poland’s ruling party accused of ‘purging’ judges

Poland’s ruling party accused of ‘purging’ judges

EU Hungary Vote: EU to take punitive action against Hungary

EU Hungary Vote: EU to take punitive action against Hungary

What’s behind Poland’s protests?

What’s behind Poland’s protests?

Monkeypox Outbreak

Monkeypox Outbreak

Across The Balkans: Southeast Europe Seeks Alternative Gas Supplies

Across The Balkans: Southeast Europe Seeks Alternative Gas Supplies

Australia’s New Prime Minister

Australia’s New Prime Minister

France’s Burkini Controversy

France’s Burkini Controversy

Jose Ramos-Horta Returns

Jose Ramos-Horta Returns

Buffalo Mass Shooting

Buffalo Mass Shooting

Lebanon’s New Parliament

Lebanon’s New Parliament

Across the Balkans: Will Dritan Abazovic’s cabinet deliver on its promises?

Across the Balkans: Will Dritan Abazovic’s cabinet deliver on its promises?

COVID-19’s Tragic Milestones

COVID-19’s Tragic Milestones

NATO’s Nordic Expansion

NATO’s Nordic Expansion

Palestinian Journalist Killed

Palestinian Journalist Killed

Sinn Fein’s Election Success

Sinn Fein’s Election Success

Show More