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  • Minsk as a Townscape of The Belarusian Power

    Cityscape of Minsk embodies the imaginary environment of the Belarusian power as a legitimate successor of the socialist state.

  • Putin’s Trick, or What is Ownership a la Russe

    The social contract between private owners and the Russian government that existed for the past ten to fifteen years is being revoked before our eyes. What will replace it?

  • How to Save Capitalism?

    People want to get rich. They can go to great lengths to achieve that. This rule is behind capitalism’s success. Its logical consequence has nearly become the cause of the system’s disaster.

  • Post-Communist Mafia State — The Hungarian Case

    After the Prime Minister Viktor Orbán openly proclaimed his wish of developing an “illiberal state” in Hungary, there is a theoretical need to define the real nature of this autocratic regime.

  • Poland 2015: Liberty, Property, Security

  • The Cardinal and The Canary

    Some Croats compare Aloysius Stepinac to Cardinals Stefan Wyszyński and József Mindszenty. But neither the Polish nor the Hungarian “Prince of the Church” had an episode of collaboration with a…

  • And The People Entered The Scene

    In Latin America, even the Right is talking like the Left. In recent times, this is the only way to win elections in most countries of the region. But to be able to rule afterwards, you must make…

  • Sympathy for The Devil: On The Sources of The Czech Inclination towards Israel

    As far as foreign politics is concerned, the Czech Republic tends to be rather dull and timid. There are only few topics that can put Czech diplomats into motion, one of them being Czech Republic’s…

  • United States and New Europe: Restart Needed

    The Ukraine crisis presents a new challenge to the relationship between the U.S. and us, the new countries of the EU. It is the most serious test since the end of the Cold War.

  • Le Trahison des Experts and The Weaponization of Soft Power

    The Kremlin believes soft power to be a set of tools for manipulation, a sort of weapon.

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