Gabriela Rogowska

Translator and Supporting Editor of Res Publica Nowa and Visegrad Insight. A graduate of cultural studies (Mediterranean studies) and philosophy at the University of Warsaw.

Articles

Women’s Strike Releases Social Energy in ‘Local’ Poland

11 February 2021

Women Strike Back

9 November 2020

Central European Nationalisms

23 December 2019

From the Sidewalk to the Street

17 December 2019

Turning the Millstones

10 October 2019

The Rainbow on Fire

8 August 2019

Under the Visegrad Sun

11 July 2019

Eastern Partnership in Demise

28 November 2017

What is the Future for German-Polish Relations

27 November 2017

The future of Visegrád in the shadow of illiberalism and the EU’s macropolitical environment

24 November 2017

Slovak Optimism Reloaded

13 November 2017

Slovak pragmatism overcome far-right turn in CE

6 November 2017

Visegrad Quartet In Accord Over Gas Security

24 October 2017

The expected surprise of the Czech elections

22 October 2017

The Czech elections are on the verge of common sense

21 October 2017

Brand New Central Europe

20 October 2017

The Parisian Mirror

18 October 2017

The impossible condition in Lex CEU

17 October 2017

Czech Elections, yet another Central European Experiment with Democracy

12 October 2017

Czechs Deceived Themselves That Koruna Was Better Than Euro

10 October 2017

What’s Going on in Visegrad?

4 October 2017

What German Elections mean for Central Europe?

3 October 2017

The rejected cornerstone of democracy

21 September 2017

Truth, fake, journalism and cybersecurity – events in Warsaw

20 September 2017

EU needs to minimize migration

7 September 2017

Narrowing Perceptions Meet Sustained Disunity – Part 2

30 August 2017

Fruitless disaccord

29 August 2017

Narrowing Perceptions Meet Sustained Disunity – Part 1

28 August 2017

Václav Havel, the Charter 77 and the EU

21 August 2017

Poland and the EU: looking for the exit door?

17 August 2017

V4: Pressure on the media mounts as the EU watches

14 August 2017

Moral Combat in International Politics – Part 2

9 August 2017

Moral Combat in International Politics – Part 1

7 August 2017

The era of big catch-all parties is over

3 August 2017

Central European societies need help to fight back

26 July 2017

V4: In For a Penny (Solidarity) But Not For the Pound (Relocation)

18 July 2017

Populist anti-communism in Poland

18 July 2017

The Political Fiction of Economic Control

18 July 2017

The Post-2020 EU Budget

10 July 2017

Fire and Brimstone: The Proliferation of Deception and Dread in Central Europe

6 July 2017

The Visegrad Group in the EU – The Future of Prosperity

5 July 2017

The Three Seas Initiative will strengthen Europe

3 July 2017

Central European states do not need rivalry, they need joint efforts

29 June 2017

The Different Faces of Visegrad

28 June 2017

New initiative could trump the Visegrad Group

27 June 2017

Is there a joint Visegrad Group policy?

26 June 2017

Central Europe: A great start that was wasted

22 June 2017

Consistently Inconsistent

20 June 2017

Civil Society and Conflicting Narratives

13 June 2017

Roma culture needs to be celebrated and protected

8 June 2017

The Art of Communication during Migrant Crisis

7 June 2017

New Generation Warfare

6 June 2017

Pay more, gain more

5 June 2017

Prosperity and social cohesion

2 June 2017

Increasing trust gap

1 June 2017

Unconsolidated democracy

31 May 2017

The Future of Prosperity

30 May 2017

The great leap forward?

29 May 2017

Closing the Wealth Gap in Central Europe

25 May 2017

Real Deal for Europe

24 May 2017

Civil society development in Poland on the crossroads of political game

24 May 2017

Deepening crackdown on civil society in the European Union – the case of Hungary

23 May 2017

The Fortunate Decline

17 May 2017

Vote splitting in the V4

15 May 2017

Macron vs Central Europe

11 May 2017

Democracy is in a global recession

8 May 2017

The Hungarian Hostage

1 May 2017

Kaczynski’s Poland vs Europe

24 April 2017

Central Europe on Turkish referendum

21 April 2017

An Unfounded Mandate

19 April 2017

Caught Unaware and Unprepared

18 April 2017

Prosperity in the Visegrad Region: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

13 April 2017

NATO chief’s mission in Washington: keeping the Alliance relevant

12 April 2017

What America’s ‘return’ to continuity means for Central Europe?

11 April 2017

Central European Democratorship

11 April 2017

German Helplessness

6 April 2017

Has the Visegrad Group killed Central Europe?

6 April 2017

The Canary In the Coal Mine

3 April 2017

Why do I stand with CEU?

2 April 2017

A Case for the Visegrad College for Advanced Studies

30 March 2017

Somewhere Between Rags and Riches

27 March 2017

Enemies of Europe Never Changed

24 March 2017

Merkel, Schulz and Poland

22 March 2017

Playing the Trump Card

21 March 2017

Founding Ideas of Visegrad Remain Crucial

16 March 2017

The Yet Untapped Potential of AI

15 March 2017

Brexit and the Visegrad Countries

14 March 2017

Poland’s Suicidal Corps

9 March 2017

Visegrad Governments Play Into Moscow’s Hands

8 March 2017

The End of the World

8 March 2017

Trade Wars

27 February 2017

Fear-mongering in the Czech Republic and Slovakia

22 February 2017

The Dismantling of Alliances

21 February 2017

Visegrad Group and the Trump administration

20 February 2017

How can V4 help democracies flourish?

9 February 2017

The Next Generation Speaks

8 February 2017

Rebranding the Visegrad Group

5 February 2017

Where Should the External Priorities of the Visegrád Lie?

2 February 2017

Wargames in Warsaw

1 February 2017

Revival of the Red Infiltration

24 January 2017

Slashing smog in V4

19 January 2017

Visegrad Books for Winter

23 December 2016

A Dream of an Ideal Democracy

20 December 2016

Alleged Czech Discomfort

19 December 2016

‘Flexible solidarity’

19 December 2016

Germany and the V4 states cannot afford not to cooperate closely

16 December 2016

All Quiet on the Eastern Front

15 December 2016

A party on 13 December

13 December 2016

25 years of Visegrad

9 December 2016

Intellectual courage versus industry of fear

8 December 2016

We, the Visegrad Citizens, Neighbours and Allies

28 November 2016

Global Contest for Brainpower

28 November 2016

Can the V4 take the lead in the EU’s digital agenda?

22 November 2016

Uncanny under-performer: fixing V4 digital gap

18 November 2016

The Ideas on which the Visegrad Group Was Founded

17 November 2016

A conversation with Eugene Megyesy on the Hungarian Revolution

7 November 2016

Energy security in V4

2 November 2016

Women’s Rights and the Legacy of Communism in Hungary

21 October 2016

Andrzej Wajda: Polish Cinema’s Critical Chronicler

13 October 2016

Hungarian gatekeepers

4 October 2016

Coal in CE may be greener

28 September 2016

Dismantling the Union*

13 September 2016

European Security ‘impossible’ Without a Democratic Belarus

8 September 2016

New Europe 100 is looking for innovators

2 September 2016

Bratislava not the end but the beginning

29 August 2016

#V4books: On In the Name of the Father by Balla

25 August 2016

#V4Books: On the Anthology of Slovak Literature

18 August 2016

#V4books: Our Street by Sándor Tar

5 August 2016

A bet on society’s potential

4 August 2016

What lawyers can do for the Union – part 2

2 August 2016

Absolute security no more

2 August 2016

#V4books: Captivity by György Spiró

27 July 2016

#V4books: A Kingdom of Souls by Daniela Hodrová

21 July 2016

The Italian Ally In The V4 Gas Security Battle

15 July 2016

The Volhynia Genocide and Polish-Ukrainian Reconciliation

13 July 2016

Europe is missing innovation

12 July 2016

Striking balance between defense and dialogue

9 July 2016

NATO for average woman and man

7 July 2016

Visegrad Insight’s Survey

5 July 2016

What lawyers can do for the Union

1 July 2016

Brno

30 June 2016

We need to be more than right

29 June 2016

Brexit damage Central Europe

24 June 2016

Allied Solidarity

23 June 2016

Poland’s ‘Conservative Revolution’

17 June 2016

EU inhibits integration

14 June 2016

Will Slovakia’s EU Presidency Help Overcome the East-West Divide in the EU?

1 June 2016

On the Politics of Slovakia Ahead of the EU Council Presidency. Possible Scenarios for 2016–2017

26 May 2016

Solidarity with refugees is not exclusively reserved for the “West”

25 May 2016

Marching democracy

7 May 2016

The EU is not an ATM

3 May 2016

A Card for the Polish Diaspora

27 April 2016

Promoting intellectual capital from Central Europe

25 April 2016

New approach to growth

7 April 2016

Warsaw, We Have a Problem

25 March 2016

An attack on the rule of law

24 March 2016

Poland’s media: a slow freefall?

14 March 2016

Ritomský’s summary of the Slovak election

10 March 2016

On the effectiveness of Visegrad Four

10 March 2016

Falling behind individually or catching up together?

8 March 2016

Women in Polish politics

8 March 2016

Why the war on “gender ideology” matters – and not just to feminists.

7 March 2016

Propaganda By Another Name

4 March 2016

Warsaw Prepares for NATO Summit

4 March 2016

A View from Central Europe

2 March 2016

Supporting Belarus

26 February 2016

Open Letter of Czech and Slovak public intellectuals to the citizen of Ukraine

19 February 2016

The Dire Straits of Brexit

19 February 2016

The European Commission has Missed a Good Opportunity to Keep Silent

2 February 2016

Visegrád: a mature Central European, but still a young European

1 February 2016

Premier Szydło at the European Parliament

25 January 2016

New Challenges, Old Problems

22 January 2016

The curious case of Poland’s political self-harm

20 January 2016

Can We Predict the Future?

13 January 2016

Inside the House of the Dead

12 January 2016

Slovakia After the Assaults in Cologne

11 January 2016

Walls – New Integral Part of the European Identity

17 December 2015

Migrants are politically mute

10 December 2015

The desert of the Real

9 December 2015

Movement of People is a Norm, Not a Crisis.

8 December 2015

Central Europe in the European Union: A story of hypocrisy

7 December 2015

Politics in the Age of Migration

3 December 2015

The Polish Underground and the Jews, 1939-1945

2 December 2015

Who Really Leads Central Europe

26 November 2015

Technologies In the Refugee Crisis

26 November 2015

New Europe 100 Challengers

26 November 2015

Innovation’s New Home: Local Economy

26 November 2015

In Moscow’s Shadows

25 November 2015

Central and Eastern Europe and the “Refugee Crisis”

23 November 2015

The V4’s Fast Trains

19 November 2015

Poland’s Startups are Doing Great. But Finance — Less so

12 November 2015

All Aboard the China-Europe Express

6 November 2015

What to Expect from Poland’s New Government

5 November 2015

Warming Up, but not Overheating

4 November 2015

Questions at dusk or, the reciprocity of progress and regression – Part 2

28 October 2015