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  • Putin’s Great Game

    An interview with Andrei Kolesnikov by Filip Memches The Russian leader is trying to divide Europe. He is unsuccessful in that, because he is recruiting weak players—says Andrei Kolesnikov in an…

  • A Forgotten Detour on the Way “Back to the USSR”

    How has a reasonably democratic society with a market economy and following the course of neoliberal reforms turned into a classical fascist regime of a corporate state?

  • The Father of Perestroika

    At the end of December 1985, Alexander Yakovlev wrote on his own initiative a lengthy memorandum for Gorbachev containing some of the salient political and economic recommendations of what came to be…

  • Refugees and Central European Illusions

    To have fewer problems with refugees in the future, we must open ourselves more to them now.

  • Migration Crisis in Germany: “We will manage!” A Chronology of Questions

    Angela Merkel’s statement “We will manage!” is the wrong answer to a question she never asked: “How will we manage?”

  • The “Islamic Onslaught” and the Central European Bulwark

    The migration crisis triggered a mass wave of irrational Islamophobia in the countries of the Visegrad Group. Unfortunately, it has shown that the countries of Central Europe uphold the principle of…

  • I Am Pessimistic about the Future of EU

    An interview with Francis Fukuyama by Tomáš Klvaňa We ought to revive NATO as a serious military alliance. That would be the appropriate response to all the stuff that the Russians are doing—says…

  • The Walls We Build Ourselves

    We see around us a fracturing of Europe, and perhaps more broadly even of liberal democracy. We are figuratively as well as literally building new walls where we should be enjoying the freedom so…

  • Is Paris the New 9/11?

  • A Postmodern Dictatorship

    An interview with Peter Pomerantsev by Tomasz Stawiszyński Russia is the avant-garde of the era of globalization. It is an extreme version of modernity, rather than its radical opposite—says Peter…

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