2 (11) 2017

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CONTENTS

EUROPE – POLITICS IN THE BUZZ

Survey – The Impact of the Internet on Media and Politics – Szabolcs Töhötöm Tóth, Karel Kovář, Zuzanna Ziomecka, Tomáš Bella, Eric Maurice

House Undivided – How pro-Putin ideologues have united both the far-right and the far-left in their unwavering support of the Kremlin’s geopolitical agenda – Péter Krekó, Lóránt Győri

Fire and Brimstone – Deception and Dread in Central Europe – Galan Dall

From Tweets to Tanks – interview with Robert Pszczel from the NATO HQ

ECONOMY – SOCIAL MEDIA

Report: Media Consumption Trends in cooperation with weCAN network

The Vulnerable V4 – Miriam Lexmann

MEDIA – POPULISM & POWER

The Cassandra Curse – Danuta Dobrzyńska-Schmimer

The Czech Elections and the Future of Media Independence – Václav Štĕtka

The New Enemy – Zselyke Csaky

The Shadow over media – Michał Kobosko

Journalism’s Growing Pains in Visegrad – Beata Balogová

Making lemonade – Zosia Wasik

The Pitfalls of Censoring Fake News Barbora Bukovska in conversation with Aleksandra Eriksson

Imbalance and Glass Ceilings – Greta Gober

Gender Equality in CEE Media – Helena Chmielewska-Szlajfer

SECURITY – CYBER

The State of Cyber Security in the V4 – Botond Feledy

June 2017 Cyber Attack in Ukraine Michael Chertoff, former Secretary of Homeland Security

How vulnerable is the Polish Cyber World to Attacks – Tomasz Matuła

INTERVIEW – EU ON THE EDGE

Tremors in Europe’s Foundation – Roland Freudenstein

V4 ABROAD – FUTURE OF EU

The End of Convergence – Cornelius Ochmann, Wojciech Przybylski

The Different Faces of Visegrad – Kai-Olaf Lang

The Hurdles Ahead for Central Europe – Iveta Radičová

Germany and Central Europe – Michal Kořan

The Euro, Always on the Central European – Edit Inotai

Additional Conditions Zoltán Kovács, Secretary of State of Hungary, on the adoption of the euro in Hungary

Eurozone membership – the Facts, the Game, and the Debate– flash report by Visegrad Insight

The Parisian Mirror – Milan Nič

Who Will Be at the Table and Who Will Be Served for Dinner? – Edit Zgut

The Small Steps of Europe Paweł Kowal, former deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs

What German Elections mean for Central Europe – Marcin Zaborowski

INTELLIGENT MIND – SLOVAKIA

Don’t Merchandise Doubt – Rastislav Káčer

BOOKS – FICTION WE LOVE

In Literature – Julia Sherwood

Emöke Szabó Lovas

Magdalena Mullek

Anna Zaranko

Michal Jareš