Elections and Impossible Coalitions
27 September 2021
A NATO summit in Brussels just before Joe Biden meets with Vladimir Putin in Geneva. The Belarusian FM, Sergey Lavrov, will travel to Moscow to discuss further integration policies, and Hungary plays down plans to open a Chinese university in Budapest after protests.
Every Monday Visegrad Insight releases a weekly update on key developments in Central Europe from the point of view of democratic security.
Our team monitors for important political, civil society, economy and foreign policy updates and where possible hints at risks and developing scenarios. Currently, we monitor the situation in the following 13 countries
Visegrad Insight this week: