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  • Who Are These People?

    One may only guess whom Mr Putin is going to ‘liberate’ and ‘protect’—and from whom? Certainly not the Ukrainian soldiers who speak mostly Russian on the battlefield writes Mykola Riabchuk

  • Madeleine Albright’s Potent Legacy for Women

    By the time Madeleine Albright declared, in 2006, that “there is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women,” her record spoke for itself. For Albright, this was not just a quip; it…

  • Central Europe as a Niche for Social Entrepreneurship

    interview Social entrepreneurship can be a successful business and positive change to society. It is a great idea for startup models in CE. Are entrepreneurs able to help solve social issues? How civil service…

  • Xi Jinping Wants to Have Siberia for Dinner

    interview Karel Schwarzenberg believes that the West made a mistake at the Bucharest NATO Summit in April 2008, when it failed to extend the Alliance’s Membership Action Plan to Georgia and Ukraine. Here is…

  • If in the Next Few Days Central Europe Were to Shut Down, Western Europe Would Stop Functioning

    interview The obstacles standing in the path of the economic growth of the region include the depleting labor market and the persistently low trust in the establishment, says Mojmir Hampl in an interview with…

  • Despite Setbacks, Failures and Deeply Shameful Mistakes, Europe Still Wins

    Is anybody in Warsaw really willing to die for France? At first glance: no. But in fact the feeling and understanding of threats from Russia, China and Islamic terrorism are common for all the 27 EU…

  • Russian Schizophrenia

    interview Our political elites have long yearned for authoritarianism. Or is it even more than that? Totalitarian tendencies? “In today’s Russia, people are told what to think. There is no freedom of opinion…

  • The Inept Transformation of the Polish Energy Industry

    The Polish government is caught between its own illusions about the richness of Poland’s coal reserves and pressure from the European Union to move away from coal as quickly as possible.

  • Moscow Perceives Fear as a Political Instrument

    interview When Vladimir Putin decided to annex Crimea, the question in Poland and the West was, “Where will Russia stop? What will be its next territorial demands?” Both then and today my answer is the same:…

  • Illiberal Democracy, Season Three

    In “Democracy Against Liberalism” the author argues that there are three important political spectra: democracy versus authoritarianism, liberalism versus absolutism and technocracy versus populism.…

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