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  • Xi and a Closed China

    China has undergone profound changes during the past ten years. The time is gone when the “world’s factory” was preparing for the 2008 Olympics and its appearance as a new major global power on the…

  • The Return of Power Politics

    The West is having to reconsider its ambitions of promoting democracy around the world – ambitions that were behind the enlargement of NATO, over Russian objections – and to concentrate more on…

  • Tales From the Great Beyond

  • The Czech Republic Has Moved Forward to Energy Independence from Russia

    Thursday 24 February 2022 will have been etched into history. After Russian aggression against Ukraine, all reasonable people quickly came to the conclusion that Russia is not a partner for us, not…

  • Giorgi Badridze: Georgia Will Do Everything Not To Irritate Russia

    “For many years my country was a leader in reforms and getting closer to the West. Now it is trailing behind,” says Giorgi Badridze, former ambassador to Turkey and the UK, in an interview with…

  • Ukraine: The Difficult March to Victory

    The prevailing conviction in the West was that President Volodymyr Zelensky would be unable to manage the situation, and the world’s political establishment believed that he should be evacuated as…

  • Civic and Gender Participation As a Remedy For Political Disillusionment in Central Europe

    The current trends in Western Europe show that civic participation plays an integral part of policy-making. It is an important part of the democratic process, says Kristína Bolemanová, an expert in…

  • Ukraine: Europe’s Unfinished Work

    Until recently, ‘Ukrainians’ were synonymous with ‘cleaners’ or ‘builders’. If such a belief is held by the Czechs, it is not surprising that countries located further west know even less about…

  • Elżbieta Mączyńska: How to Deal with Inflation

    interview Every crisis is a lesson. The lesson here is that you should not loosen monetary policy too much. The question is how to do it without harming the actual economy – says Professor Elżbieta Mączyńska…

  • Zuzanna Krzątała: The Future of Leadership Lies in Collective Empowerment

    What is the role of the state, what is the role of society? Zuzanna Krzątała works as Project Coordinator at Humanity in Action Poland where she leads an educational mentorship program for young…

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