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  • “Not-so-far Foreign Land”

    The policy conducted by Moscow does not seem to indicate that its goal could be subordinating the region or reducing its status within the EU or NATO. Still, particular states should be aware what…

  • Security in Central Europe

    What threatens our security is to a large extent of our own making. External threats mostly respond to risks and vulnerabilities that are the fruit of our own lack of consistency and professionalism…

  • EDITORIAL: Ukrainisation of Central Europe

  • Old Talk of New Normalisation

    Michal Pullmann: Konec experimentu. Přestavba a pád komunismu v Československu. [The End of an Experiment. The Rebuilding and Fall of Communism in Czechoslovakia] Scriptorium, Praha 2011

  • Romanian Mineriads

    Adam Burakowski, Mariusz Stan, The Country Full of Sadness, the Country Full of Humour. History of Romania after 1989, Institute of Political Studies – Polish Academy of Sciences, TRIO Publishing…

  • Towards Auschwitz

    Enzo Traverso, Europejskie korzenie przemocy nazistowskiej (The Origins of Nazi Violence), Instytut Wydawniczy Książka i Prasa, Warsaw 2011

  • Shoa in Czech Literature

    Jiří Holý, Petr Málek, Michael Špirit, Filip Tomáš, Šoa v české literatuře a kulturní paměti. Praha: Filip Tomáš – Akropolis, 2011

  • A Frustrated Spin Doctor Blows the Whistle

    Gleb Pavlovsky, Genialnaja włast’. Słowar’ abstrakcij Kremlja, Izdatelstwo “Jewropa”, Moskwa 2012

  • Judt the Defiant

    Tony Judt, Pensjonat pamięci (The Memory Chalet). Wydawnictwo Czarne 2012; Tony Judt, Źle ma się kraj. Rozprawa o naszych współczesnych bolączkach (Ill Fares the Land). Wydawnictwo Czarne 2011

  • End of the world, or a New Hope

    Claus Leggewie, Harald Welzer, Koniec świata, jaki znaliśmy. Klimat, przyszłość i szanse demokracji (The End of the World as We once Knew it: the Climate, the Future and the Prospects for Democracy),…

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