In response to the coronavirus pandemic, EU education ministers adopted recommendations on blended learning approaches which combine school site and other physical environments away from
Interview with Claudiu Târziu, journalist, author and editor. Co-president of AUR party, Romania’s fourth largest political force, and member of the Senate since December 2020.
Immigration: According to a survey commissioned by LICRA, 69% of French people think there are too many immigrants in France. 69% of French people think
It seems to always get worse, not only as far as the political “corona arbitrariness” is concerned, but also the new traffic light government, as
The head of state supports the immediate introduction of a nationwide lockdown after experts have warned that the healthcare system is on the verge of
(Interview) European awakening. To face the “great erasure” and the “great replacement”, the Iliad Institute publishes its Manifesto
Since its foundation in 2014, following the voluntary death of Dominique Venner, the Iliad Institute has not been idle. In addition to organising an annual
There are still hundreds of migrants at the Polish-Belarusian border and some are still trying again to break through the border facilities into the EU.
Interview with Rubén Herrero de Castro, PhD in Political Science and Sociology from the Complutense University of Madrid and Professor of International Relations in the
Balázs Orbán: “If you are truly a Democrat, you must oppose modern liberal democracy, as it undermines our freedoms”
We spoke with Balázs Orbán, a Hungarian politician and the Parliamentary and Strategic Secretary of State about the Brussels-Budapest conflict, mass migration and other BURNING
We are “up to our ears” in the fourth wave, and the worst of the epidemic is yet to come, Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban