Brexit: A Lesson for Poland
An interview with Prof. Danuta Hübner on the future of Europe
Strengthening the Bonds of Civil Society
A new initiative hopes to encourage solidarity and democracy in CE
V/I survey: reaction to new EU budget
Law, not a political judgment must govern the EU budget
Soft Neo-imperialism: From Moscow with Love
Russia takes deliberate measures to weaken the integrity of regional cores
Confidence and Trust in Central Europe
Democracy in the V4 is still forming; it will take another decade to know its shape
The Pitfalls of Censoring Fake News
Government propaganda, media concentration, self-censorship and the failure of the democratic left are more of a threat than the global “fake news”
Opposing Forces
The current discussion over rule of law could become a death dialog for the EU, unless cooler heads prevail
The Fallout of Murder
The killing of a journalist in Slovakia raises questions about the future of democratic consolidation
The Castle Shakes, But Doesn’t Move
The Czech Election over the weekend proved to the EU that Central Europeans still have reservations about the union’s growing influence
A leap into the euro pool
While the Eurozone is still characterised by unresolved problems, the mood within it has definitely shifted
From Tweets to Tanks
The elements of hybrid war like disinformation, cyber-attacks – these are not abstract terms, but very real threats and challenges.
Don’t Merchandise Doubt
The Slovak strategy is focused on making the EU better
What’s Going on in Visegrad?
Why Central Europe matters — at least for Central Europeans
OSCE asks about Media Freedom in Poland
Polish government should refrain from going on the trail each time someone is criticising it
EU needs to minimize migration
We talked with Charles Clarke, former Home Secretary (UK) about decision by the ECJ
Zapad 2017 – survey
A selection of experts answer three questions about Russian strategic military exercises Zapad 2017
The era of big catch-all parties is over
As long as the EU leave the criticism to words, Orbán is fine, but he wouldn’t survive sustained EU sanctions
The Political Fiction of Economic Control
The delusion of monetary autonomy is holding Hungary, and perhaps Poland and the Czech Republic, back from the benefits of the eurozone.
Central European states do not need rivalry, they need joint efforts
Interview with Mateusz Gniazdowski, deputy director of the Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW), Warsaw
Civil Society and Conflicting Narratives
The pitfalls of attempting to carve out a Central European identity
New Generation Warfare
Making the Kremlin believe that it’s more advantageous to cooperate is quite difficult
Closing the Wealth Gap in Central Europe
Maciej Kisilowski in conversation with Wojciech Przybylski and Anna Wójcik
Democracy is in a global recession
American interests and values do not change just because a new person becomes president
Kaczynski’s Poland vs Europe
An interview with Paolo Morawski
The Canary In the Coal Mine
What the proposed closing of a university in Hungary’s capital means for the region as a whole
Enemies of Europe Never Changed
Ahead of the Rome Summit Andrew Moravcsik, professor of Politics at Princeton, tells Visegrad Insight that the future is going to be multi-track
Rebranding the Visegrad Group
The Untapped Power of Regional Politics. PR expert on how to fix Visegrad brand
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
Intellectual courage versus industry of fear
The great paradox of modernity is that everything is very close to its polarity
A conversation with Eugene Megyesy on the Hungarian Revolution
The revolution could have had a domino effect in other Eastern Bloc countries