About M. Marino

Myriam Marino achieved a BA in European Languages and Cultures from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, and holds an MA in Interdisciplinary Research and Studies on Eastern Europe from the University of Bologna, Italy. After a study and a work experience in Budapest, Hungary, she started to contribute with online journals on European affairs and Central and Eastern Europe. Her privileged areas of research are migration studies and populism, with a strong interest in Central Europe and, particularly, the Visegrád Four. She is now cooperating with FOMOSO as a political analyst intern.

Positive Developments: Progressive Leaders and Environmental Approaches in Central-Eastern and Southeastern Europe

Climate change has gradually become, in the course of the [...]

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Rule of Law standards in exchange for EU funds: Poland and Hungary and the wait for approval

While the disbursement of the EU financial aid packages to [...]

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