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  • Data Over Good Feelings: Why Science Matters

    In the new Aspen Review article, ‘Data Over Good Feelings: Why Science Matters,’ science journalist Pavla Hubálková deep dives into science communication to the public, offering examples…

  • Stop blaming AI. Instead, embrace it

    Artificial intelligence may be a rising threat to information integrity in news, but that threat began long before generative AI at the hands of lazy reporting and sloppy journalism, experts said.

  • Is the Free Media in Central Europe Under Threat?

    We Have to Convince the West that the Problems of the Media in Central and Eastern Europe Are also their Problems. Without free and pluralistic media, the region will continue to slide further…

  • A Passive Approach to the “Green Transformation” of our Economy Will Deprive us of our Prosperity

    “The energy industry, transportation, and manufacturing are responsible for three fourths of Czechia’s Carbon Dioxide emissions. They are what needs to change the most”, says Jiří Švejcar…

  • Russia Is No Upper Volta With Nuclear Weapons

    MEP Alexandr Vondra is unequivocally in favour of helping Ukraine and its admission to NATO and the European Union, but only when the war is over. He is convinced that the Union will turn to the…

  • Elections in Slovakia, or Russian roulette

    interview Rastislav Káčer analyzes the future results of the upcoming elections in Slovakia and disseminates the biggest potential threats to the Slovak Republic. He compares the fatalistic mood of Mečiar´s…

  • What’s Wrong with How We Run Public Service? What Is the Mission of Public Service?

    Petra Dzurovcinova dissects the challenges within the public sector of the Bratislava region while unveiling innovative solutions. She also highlights that the problem definition is key and that…

  • A Kidnapped West: The Tragedy of Central Europe

    Benjamin Cunningham looks back in his article at two late 20th-century essays from the Czech-French writer Milan Kundera under the title “A Kidnapped West: The Tragedy of Central Europe”. The book’s…

  • Can Enlargement Be the EU’s Most Successful Foreign Policy Again?

    Responding to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, European states have broken a series of taboos in ways unthinkable until 23 February 2022, the day before the aggression. Many of these taboos were about…

  • Butler Britain. How the UK Helps Oligarchs and Kleptocrats

    The Kremlin is deeply connected to the western financial system, and Russia and its elites were able to spend money and benefit from offshore accounts freely. All of that was done with the help of…

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