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EUROPE: RETURN TO GEOGRAPHY
Movement of people is a norm, not a crisis
Atilla Melegh, László Csicsmann, Boldizsár Nagy, Diana Szántó, Pál Nyíri, Orsolya Jeney, József Böröcz, Muqtar Jama discuss migration in a global context at Karl Polanyi Research Center of Global Social Studies
The desert of the real – Ben Cunningham
Migrants are politically mute
Ivalyo Ditchev talks cultural triggers and consequences of mass migration with Wojciech Przybylski
Free trade in an age of mass migration – Andrea Franc
Martin Ehl reports on trade wars and origins on strong competition in Central Europe
Survey: What does TTIP hold for V4?
Marek Wąsiński, Vilém Semerák, Peter Baláž, Eva Palocz and Peter Vakhal
Ministry of foreign opportunities. Economic diplomacy in the Czech Republic – Martin Tlapa and Tomáš Píša
OPINION: EURO IN PERSPECTIVE
Should we all have one currency?
Krzysztof Blusz, Leon Podkaminer, Luděk Niedermayer, Mojmír Hampl, Zuzana Gabrižová, Juraj Karpiš, Balázs Romhányi, Adam Balog
Visegrad’s role in the Greek tragedy – Henry Foy
INTERVIEW: THE BEST THAT COULD HAVE HAPPENED
Grigorij Mesežnikov on Slovakia’s future in conversation with Marek A. Pędziwol
INTELLIGENT MIND: THE OTHERNESS OF CENTRAL EUROPE
The other Europe. Face to face with its contradictions – Jacques Rupnik
VISEGRAD ABROAD: NEW SILK ROAD
Central Europe in the European Union: A story of hypocrisy – Michal Kořan
V4 and the Balkans – Matteo Tacconi
NEW EUROPE 100: PROMISE OF TECHNOLOGY
Public administrations are never as smart as their citizens. Interview with International Visegrad Fund Director Beata Jaczewska
CULTURE: TRAPS AND ESCAPES
New challenges, old problems: media landscapes in Central Europe 25 years after transition – Václav Štětka
Inside the house of the dead – Ágnes Orzóy on Son of Saul, a Hungarian success in Cannes
Migration and Central European literature – Krzysztof Cieślik, Noémi Szécsi, Julia Sherwood, and Martin Tharp