Hungary President Viktor Orbán Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

欧洲的法治危机

发自布鲁塞尔——在两次世界大战的废墟之上,欧洲国家走到了一起,启动了世界上最庞大的一场关于统一合作以及主权共享的试验。但尽管在过去几十年间取得了骄人成就,该项目如今却面临着解体的风险。

一场悬而未决的金融危机,一场难民危机,日益恶化的安全环境,以及停滞不前的一体化进程令整个欧洲陷入了一种有害且极不稳定的政治环境中,而民粹主义和民族主义则在其上肆意滋长。而在这方面最明显的表现或许就是法治原则在欧盟的日益被腐蚀。

尤其是匈牙利和波兰这两个欧盟成员国正在破坏来之不易的欧洲民主规范——从而削弱了推动欧洲一体化的最核心理念。

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