If Slovaks and Poles vote in conservative, populist forces, this would not bode well for their nations or for EU unity.
Soňa Muzikárová is a political economist focusing on Central and Eastern Europe. She currently serves as senior advisor to the deputy foreign affairs ... minister of the Slovak Republic. She has previously worked for the Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development and the European Central Bank.
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