Karolina Chorvath is a Czechoslovak-American who has lived and reported in many countries including Spain, Poland, the Czech Republic and Croatia. Before joining PRI, she was a Web Producer for The GroundTruth Project and completed a reporting fellowship in Eastern/Central Europe on the rise of far-right political parties.
Science, Tech & Environment
The traditionally male-dominated field of shark research is changing thanks to scientists like Alison Kock and Cynthia Wigren.
Conflict & Justice
Poland was once the pinnacle of democracy in central Europe after the collapse of the Soviet Union. But as the country lurches to the right politically, it may find its position in the EU, and as a democratic country, threatened.
Arts, Culture & Media
Surrounded by students who would later leave Croatia in pursuit of more successful jobs, Ljudmila Mihajlović and Maja Žirovčić never dreamed that their hobby would one day become a business.
For the last few years, the Czech Republic has been viewed as the last bastion of liberal democracy in Central Europe. That could soon change.
Health & Medicine
Countess Albina du Boisrouvray is the founder of FXB International, a nonprofit that takes a human rights approach to ending extreme poverty.