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A party on 13 December
Nik Gowing remembers how his career as a TV foreign correspondent began with the rise of Solidarity and martial law in 1981
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Intellectual courage versus industry of fear
The great paradox of modernity is that everything is very close to its polarity
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A conversation with Eugene Megyesy on the Hungarian Revolution
The revolution could have had a domino effect in other Eastern Bloc countries
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Energy security in V4
A direct access of a new source of gas would be a game-changer on the V4 markets
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European Security ‘impossible’ Without a Democratic Belarus
Will Lukashenko be able to bridge the gap between Minsk and Brussels?
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A bet on society’s potential
Interview with CEO of General Electric
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Absolute security no more
Interview with Ivan Gabal Czech MP on Russian info-war and cohesion of the West
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Europe is missing innovation
An interview with Peter Stracar CEO for GE in Central and Eastern Europe
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Striking balance between defense and dialogue
Maciej Kuziemski in conversation with Wolfgang Ischinger - Chairman of Munich Security Conference
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Visegrad Insight’s Survey
How to reinforce public opinion support for the Alliance?
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Visegrad Insight’s Survey
We have asked about regional defence identity, economy of defence cooperation, and what directions to look at in the future.
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EU inhibits integration
The European Union today inhibits integration instead of enabling it
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On the Politics of Slovakia Ahead of the EU Council Presidency. Possible Scenarios for 2016–2017
Interview with Vladimír Bilčík

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The EU is not an ATM
Is the migrant crisis creating a new bloc of countries within the EU that will oppose all European legislation?
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Promoting intellectual capital from Central Europe
Interview with Gergely Böszörményi Nagy, director of Design Terminal
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New approach to growth
An interview with Peter Stracar, CEO for GE in Central and Eastern Europe
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On the effectiveness of Visegrad Four
An interview with Libor Rouček
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Migrants are politically mute
Borders are the foundation of political entities; they not only separate but also link the peoples.
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Movement of People is a Norm, Not a Crisis.
The discussion on migration flow showcase a variety of aspects on this new global disorder.
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Innovation’s New Home: Local Economy
Central Europe needs a system of mobility between peripheries and innovation hubs
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In Moscow’s Shadows
Russian Intervention in Syria can only Slow Down Assad’s Defeat
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Even dogs would be treated better
Central Europe always think of itself as being a victim of something
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Novels in voices
Victor Martinovic comments on Svetlana Alexievich Nobel Prize
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When we put up fences we make it easier for the extremists
Gianni Pittella talks about the future of the left-wing in Europe and the migrant crisis.
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Understanding Germany in refugee crisis is crucial to V4 countries
Poland decided not to stay in a remote corner
Polen, Ghetto Warschau, Ghettomauer
The Polish Underground and the Jews: Solidarity, Betrayal and Everything in Between
Joshua D. Zimmerman talks to Filip Mazurczak on historical discourse on Polish-Jewish wartime relations.
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Decentralization must happen
Iveta Radičová talks scenarios for Ukraine with Wojciech Przybylski
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Latvia and Russia: a complicated relationship
We are committed to constructive dialogue with the Russian Federation
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We should allow the EaP countries to choose freely
There are different understandings of how the common neighborhood should be constructed
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Central Europe’s potential for innovation
What can Visegrad do to improve it?