April 2019

To Wrest Back Rule of Law in Poland, Might EU Bureaucracy Finally Work?

By Melissa Hooper | April 10, 2019 | Just Security

Handling the Transatlantic Stress Test: A Conversation with Lithuania’s Foreign Minister

By Charles Davidson and Jeffrey Gedmin | April 2, 2019 | The American Interest

March 2019

A Rebuke for Populism?

By Dalibor Rohac | March 11, 2019 | The American Interest

February 2019

The Anatomy of Illiberal States

Brookings | February 2019

Poland: In the Grip of Authoritarian Populism

By Filip Pazderski | Voices on Values Report | February 2019

Hungary: Committed to Rights, but Longing for Stability

By Bulcsú Hunyadi, Csaba Molnár, Veszna Wessenauer | Voices on Values Report | February 201

January 2019

Repression is Contagious
By Thomas O. Melia | January 23, 2019 | The American Interest

Justice for Journalists and Russian Revanchism - A conversation with Mikhail Khodorkovsky
By Jeffrey Gedmin | January 9, 2019 | The American Interest

Is Hungary becoming a rogue state in the center of Europe?
By James Kirchick | January 3, 2019 | The Washington Post

December 2018

Why 2019 will be a tough year for populists
By Dalibor Rohac | December 27, 2018 | The Washington Post

Protesters in Hungary Call Out Labor Rights – and Rule of Law
By Melissa Hooper | December 20, 2018 | Just Security

Viktor Orbán Is Exploiting Anti-Semitism
By Ira Forman | December 14, 2018 | The Atlantic

In Ukraine It’s Not Merely About Ukraine—Which Is Why the West Must Respond
By Susan Corke, Norman Eisen, and Jeffrey Gedmin | December 6, 2018 | The American Interest

November 2018

Fighting for Liberalism - and a University By Gregory Feifer | November 29, 2018 | The New Republic

Democracy is under assault in Hungary. America's voice is crucial
By Norman Eisen and Jeffrey Gedmin | November 11, 2018 | CNN