The Future of the V4 – Twenty Years on

Visegrad Insight 1 (1) 2012

13 June 2019

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The V4 group has been proclaimed dead so many times that we are often surprised to find it still alive.

 

 

EUROPE

  • Twenty Years After. Survey: What future will the V4 cooperation face? What has strengthened this cooperation in the past and what might undermine it in the future?
  • Does the Visegrad Group Make Sense in Today’s Europe? Only in EU   Aleksander Smolar
  • Is the Dream of Visegrad Dead?    Martin Bútora
  • What Upcoming Challenges Must the V4 Face?    Magdaléna Vášáryová
  • V4 – Let It Rest In Peace    Edward Lucas
  • From Poor Neighbours to Partners    Tomáš Sedláček
  • Institutionalization Unnecessary    Petr Pithart
  • The Future of Visegrad Cooperation    Zoltán Pogátsa
  • Visegrad – The Europe of Small Steps    Andrzej Jagodziński
  • Europe of Foster Brothers    Csaba G. Kiss
  • Myths About Civil Society    Grzegorz Piotrowski

THINK TANKS WATCH

  • PASOS, A Central European Think Tank Network    Jacek Kucharczyk, Jeff Lovitt

ECONOMY

  • Gas Geopolitics. A Small Lexicon of an Immense Issue    Martin Ehl
  • Playing the Slovak Piano: New Business Ideas From New Europe. Interview with Tomáš Bella
  • Analysis of Pension Systems in the Region    Ondřej Schneider

INTERVIEW

  • Nobody Questions the Geopolitical Identity of the Region Anymore. Interview with Rudolf Chmel

INTELLIGENT MIND

  • The Euro Crisis. Central European Lessons    Jacques Rupnik
  • After the Velvet Divorce. Observations of a Double Insider     Martin M. Šimečka
  • Nice One, Václav Havel!    György Konrád

VISEGRAD ABROAD

  • Lost Illusions Or New Hopes    Lucia Najšlová
  • Egypt’s January Revolution and the Eastern European Experience    Nadine Abdalla
  • Marek Cichocki, Vít Dostál, Andrew Michta, Wojciech Przybylski discuss EU Presidencies
  • Hungarian Council Presidency: An Evaluation    Piotr Maciej Kaczyński
  • Forecast: Slovakia and the EU Presidency in 2016    Peter Weiss
  • Time for the EU to Deal Fairly with the Western Balkans. Interview with Eduard Kukan

COMMUNITIES

  • Generations, Ideologies and Returnees: Developments in Romanian Social Research    Florin Poenaru

REPORTAGE

  • Landscape After the Battle. Doctors on Strike in the V4    Szabina Kerényi
  • Photo reportage from four provincial hospitals Krzysztof Pacholak, Daniel Poláček, Zuzana Halanova and Imre Varga

URBAN

  • Solemnity and Violence in Central and Eastern European Urban Life    Kacper Pobłocki

BOOKS

  • Lifting the Fog    George Blecher
  • Have I Not Treated Life, I Could Not Have Spoken About the Destruction. Interview with Zoltán Halasi
  • Privatisation and the End of Solidarity    Jan Nĕmec
  • Shock Literature    Katerína Kucbelová
  • Homogeneous Diversity: The Mirror of Social Change    Orsolya Karafiáth
  • Nothing Happened – But It Will!     Konrad C. Kęder
  • Who Václav Havel Was and Who He Wasn’t    Marek Sečkař

LOOKING BACK/ARTS

  • New Waves in the Visegrad Four: the History of an Adventure    Ewa Ciszewska

OPPORTUNITIES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Artists In Residence Program in New York. Guidelines    Aleksandra Grzonkowska

ESSAY

  • Bride-Mannequin and Twist-Pullover    Lajos Parti Nagy