Aspen Review

The primary objective of the quarterly journal is to present current issues from different viewpoints to the general public. The publication contains analyses and commentaries by renowned Central European journalists and thinkers. Each issue is divided into four sections: Cover Story, Politics, Economy, and Culture. 

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Editors: Aleksander Kaczorowski (editor-in-chief), Maciej Nowicki (deputy editor-in-chief), Robert Schuster (managing editor)

Editorial Board: Tomáš Vrba (chairman), Luděk Bednář, Adam Černý, Martin Ehl, Roman Joch, Kateřina Šafaříková, Michal Vašečka.

Advisory Board: Walter Isaacson (co-chairman), Michael Žantovský (co-chairman), Yuri Andrukhovych, Piotr Buras, Krzysztof Czyżewski, Tomáš Klvaňa, Kai-Olaf Lang, Zbigniew Pełczyński, Petr Pithart, Jacques Rupnik, Mariusz Szczygieł, Monika Sznajderman, Martin Šimečka.

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Disclaimer

The ideas expressed in the articles are the authors’ own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the editorial board or of the Aspen Institute Prague.

Aspen Review Central Europe

1 / 2017 1 / 2017

Losing Trust in Media

4 / 2016 4 / 2016

Silk Road to Europe

3 / 2016 3 / 2016

Narrative of Innovation



2 / 2016 2 / 2016

Barbarians of Central Europe?

1 / 2016 1 / 2016

Institutions In Crisis

4 / 2015 4 / 2015

Creative Industries



3 / 2015 3 / 2015

Education: Thinking and Skills

2 / 2015 2 / 2015

State vs. Economy

1 / 2015 1 / 2015

Left is Back



4 / 2014 4 / 2014

Digital Agenda

3 / 2014 3 / 2014

The Rise of Illiberalism

2 / 2014 2 / 2014

Central Europe Re-enters History



1 / 2014 1 / 2014

Breakup of Europe

4 / 2013 4 / 2013

The End of Bipolarity

3 / 2013 3 / 2013

Can Europe Ever Be a Superpower



2 / 2013 2 / 2013

Creative Cities

1 / 2013 1 / 2013

Renationalisation

1 / 2012 1 / 2012

Are We Safe?



0 / 2012 0 / 2012

Stronger Germany In Weaker Europe

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