Shocking, but not surprising. Hungary's parliament last week gave Prime Minister Viktor Orban the power to govern by decree. Brent Goff talks to Dan Baer, former US ambassador to the OSCE, about the dangers to democracy.
Budapest’s response to COVID-19 has been to suspend parliament and give Prime Minister Viktor Orban open-ended powers to rule by decree. Will the latest move by the ruling Fidesz party cement authoritarianism in Europe?
The corona pandemic is not just a health hazard. A permanent mode of crisis can also endanger open societies. In a state of emergency, the course is set for an uncertain post-corona world.
An anti-malarial drug, which Donald Trump has admitted taking, has been connected to an increased risk of death. And the WHO has warned of an explosion of polio and cholera. Follow DW for the latest.
A global fundraiser should secure €7.5 billion and this is "just the start," European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen told DW. She said the eventual treatment should be sold at a "fair and affordable price."
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