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  • Continuous Training and Education Raises Productivity

    The Czech labor market will have transformed radically by 2030, some jobs will disappear entirely and approximately 330,000 people will lose their jobs, Jiří Švejcar says in an interview with Robert…

  • Journalism Is Under Attack – Fighting Against Declining Press Freedom in CEE

    Journalists now are expected to protect themselves while fighting against oppressive and illiberal governments, politicians, and disinformation, says Alexa Wandersee, an American journalist based in…

  • Generation Z: Propaganda in Russian Schools and the Militarization of Memory

    To understand the current propaganda in Russia, which is a mix of historic amnesia and hypermnesia, revisionism and censorship, it is necessary to go back to World War II and the myth of the Soviet…

  • Who Will Shape the Brave New World?

    Should we build artificial intelligence just because we can? The technological race has become a strategic battlefield in the geopolitical war over global hegemony, says Zuzanna Lewandowska, social…

  • Children’s Critical Thinking Instead of Technology Skills

    Children are losing contact with their own emotions, experiences, even opinions. They are so overwhelmed with content – photos, videos, posts – that they do not even possess the mental…

  • A Harsh Economic Season Has Arrived

    It is particularly hard to feel optimistic about the season ahead of us. All indicators say it is going to be difficult, and that it will severely affect people’s lives and businesses alike. What are…

  • A Whole Generation Has Grown Up with Putin’s Propaganda

    interview This year, Marina Ovsyannikova interrupted a broadcast of Vremya to protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which made international news headlines. What led her to do this courageous move…

  • The Cultural Battlefield

    Never one for modesty, the Russian President Vladimir Putin likened himself to an old czar in a speech in June 2022. “Peter the Great waged the great northern war for 21 years. It would seem that he…

  • People Who Support Putin’s Invasion Are of no Use to Anyone in the EU

    The Russians should realize that their country has invaded its neighbor and is waging a devastating war. In the nineteenth century, representatives of my nation would perhaps already have been placed…

  • Energy: Costs and Calculations

    Energy costs were already rising when Russia invaded Ukraine, adding a new layer of tension and vulnerability. Europe is particularly sensitive to changes in supply from Russia: Italy, for example,…

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