Maidan, Migrants, And Democracy

Visegrad Insight 1 (5) 2014

13 June 2019

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The 2015 EU parliamentary elections will coincide with the no less significant Ukrainian elections to appoint new authorities in Kyiv and to legitimize a new European path for what remains the largest country on the continent. While most of the recent debate has been understandably overshadowed by the political cannibalism of Vladimir Putin, there are three serious questions that should not be overlooked in continental affairs.

 

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EUROPE – MAIDAN, MIGRANTS, AND DEMOCRACY

  • Bankers, hipsters, and housewives: revolution of common people                 Oksana Forostyna
  • Labor migration as an invisible but strong economic issue. Commentary                  Martin Ehl
  • Ukrainian migrants in the Czech Republic                 Yana Leonityeva
  • Report: Forecasting immigration into the V4                 Marta JaroszewiczWadim Strielkowski
  • Migration policies towards third-country nationals                 Mariusz Podgórski
  • Diaspora oriented organization in the V4                 Magdalena Mazur
  • European commuters                 Matteo Tacconi
  • Sticky issue or election-clincher?                 Matthew Shearman
  • Freedom of movement and cross-border migration. Recent debates on migration in Europe                 Jędrzej Burszta
  • New Europeans                 Gertruda Gecaite

INTERVIEW – POPULATION FLOWS IN THE GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

  • Cherry picking for a hungry Europe. Interview with Attila Melegh                 by Máté Zombory

INTELLIGENT MIND – IN DEFENSE OF DECADENT EUROPE

  • In Defense of Decadent Europe                 Ivan Krastev
  • Tolerance requires competitiveness                 Hywel Ceri Jones

COMMUNITIES – COEXISTENCE

  • “The village will never be the same again.” Coexistence in northern Hungary          Cecília Kovai

ECONOMY AND BUSINESS – FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT

  • Mobility is an opportunity. Interview with Eduard Palíšek, CEO of Siemens Czech Republic       by Pavla Francová
  • No drain, no gain                 Maciej Kuziemski

CHALLENGERS – NEW EUROPE 100

  • Tech startups of New Europe                 Kornel Koronowski

ANALYSIS – ENEMIES OF DEMOCRACY

  • What people think of democracy                 Radosław Markowski
  • When the party is over                 Dominika Kasprowicz
  • Normative Poles meet masculine Slovaks                 Piotr Żakowiecki

VISEGRAD ABROAD – RETREAT FROM THE EAST

  • A fresh look at the East                 Bruno Lété
  • Would you call the Eastern Partnership a failed project? Interview with Matthew Bryza                 by Wojciech Przybylski
  • The end of the Neighborhood                 Spasimir Domaradzki

BOOKS – DELUGE OF BOOKS

  • A deluge of books                 Katarína Kucbelová
  • We know that we read but we don’t know what we read                 Petr Minarik
  • Text dumping. Interview with Geza Morcsányi                 by Lila Proics
  • All that glitters is not gold                 Przemysław Witkowski
  • Reviews by Katarzyna Dudzic-GrabińskaJan RejžekMichal JarešIvana TaranenkováMagdalena MalińskaJudit GörözdiCsaba PléhRenáta Deák

ARTS / LOOKING BACK – ENTRY LEVEL

  • The joys of obedience. Papers, Please                 Piotr Sterczewski
  • The Vietnamese in Poland                 Ewelina Chwiejda
  • Where stuffed sharks don’t live: On the Czech artistic puddle and its fish                 Marek Sečkař

ESSAY – THE LEGENDARY WEST

  • The Legendary West                 János Háy
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