50 events in three months

In 2018 the report has been presented in the capitals of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia as well as in Brussels, Berlin and Washington D.C.

By the end of the year our team has organised altogether more than 50 debates, presentations and seminars on that topic. See below for a photo-story from a few Public events. Also, read our post on meeting decision makers.

At the Erste Foundation co-hosted by the Institute of Human Sciences, Vienna 4 December 2018
At the German Marshall Fund in Washington DC, 28 November 2018

In Brussels at the GMF, 20 November 2018

At the American Jewish Committee in Warsaw, 19 November
With AMO, in Prague 14 November 2018
At the Lazarski University, British-Polish Roundtable, Warsaw 9 November 2018

On October 12, Political Capital think tank organised a public presentation and a debate on the five scenarios. Click here for more details: the Budapest debate.

Joerg Forbrig, Veszna Wessenauer

The publication was officially launched on 2 October 2018 by the German Marshall Fund of the U.S. and the Visegrad/Insight – a debate and analytical platform on Central Europe of the Res Publica Foundation in Warsaw. Michał Baranowski, GMF Warsaw office, introduced the report and two editors of the report.

Joerg Forbrig, Wojciech Przybylski at the Warsaw debate #1
Michał Baranowski, director GMF at the Warsaw debate #1

Res Publica Foundation is a Warsaw-based think tank and the publisher of the Res Publica Nowa and the Visegrad/Insight

Central European Futures

Over the past several years, it has become ever more apparent that the post-Cold War era of democratic reform, socio-economic development and Western integration in Central Europe is coming to an end.

Visegrad Insight is published by the Res Publica Foundation. This special edition has been prepared in cooperation with the German-Marshall Fund of the U.S..

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