The EBRD has cut its 2022 emerging Europe growth forecasts again, reflecting a sharp downgrade for Ukraine and the regional fallout from the war and sanctions.
Southeast Europe is split over the issues of sanctions on Russia and military aid to Ukraine, with some states firmly in the western camp, some staying neutral and others internally torn.
“Here to Stay: Eastern Europeans in Britain” tells the story of the half million citizens of the new EU member states who have moved to the UK since the early 21st century.
Russian GDP forecast to fall by 9-15% this year, while Ukraine's economy could collapse by 38-45%.
The election defeat of Slovenia’s populist SDS means the Hungarian strongman has one less ally in the European Council at a crucial time when the EU is set to trigger the rule-of-law mechanism against Hungary.
The Freedom Movement, the green party led by ex-energy executive Robert Golob, is set to lead Slovenia's next government.
The producer price index started to increase rapidly at the beginning of 2021.
Polls put Prime Minister Janez Jansa’s rightwing SDS and the green centre-left Freedom Movement neck and neck — but the latter will find it easier to put together a coalition.
The Hungarian election has dealt a big blow to the once confident hope that broad opposition pre-electoral coalitions are the best way to remove entrenched authoritarian populists from power.
Prime Minister Janez Jansa says developing Slovenia's energy resources has become even more important since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
News concerning appointment of non-executive director at Slovenia's bad bank broke just weeks before Slovenia is due to hold general elections on April 24.
Ukraine's economy forecast to contract by 20% and projections worsen across emerging Europe — except for Eurasian oil and gas producers Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan.
There is deep disappointment over the rate of progress of various Roma inclusion policies of the European Union during the last few decades.
Central and Southeastern European countries are among the most vulnerable to any cut-off in Russian energy exports, but this has not stopped some of them from being very vocal in demanding tougher action.
Following acquisition, Textron will set up a new business segment, Textron eAviation, focused on the development of sustainable aircraft.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki of Poland, Czechia’s PM Petr Fiala, and the Slovenian PM Janez Jansa are the first foreign leaders to travel to Ukraine during the war.
Three countries to promote the development of hydrogen technologies as they aim to reach climate neutrality by 2050.
Having missed leadership opportunities and challenged EU values during Slovenia’s recent EU Council presidency, PM Janez Jansa has emerged as a leading advocate of accession for Ukraine.
A majority of Serbians blame the US and Nato for the war in Ukraine, while just over a quarter blame Russia, a new poll shows.
The war between two of the world’s top grain exporters, Russia and Ukraine, has sent prices to record levels and forced importers to urgently seek out alternative sources.