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  • Like a Czech Film

    Madeleine Albright, Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937–1948, HarperCollins 2012

  • The Czech Interests and Betting on Britain in a Stormy Europe

  • Return of the Rentiers

    An interview with Thomas Piketty by Maciej Nowicki The contemporary world resembles the 19th century more than we might suspect. What we are witnessing now is a comeback of inequalities in their…

  • Shale Gas: Opportunities and Risks

    If Poland draws conclusion from the Norwegian experience, it has an opportunity to become a global research and development center in the shale gas/oil exploration and production field. Regrettably,…

  • Chinese Strategy towards Central Europe

    The Chinese have set a trap for the rest of the world. Calling their fatherland the Middle Kingdom, they have managed to rule not only over their state but actually over the whole continent, and…

  • The Splitting of Central Europe

  • Putin Poised for Political Liberalization

    An interview with Sergei Markov by Filip Memches The protests of the urban middle class are a result of an improvement in their living standards. You could compare it—which is not to be taken…

  • A Power is (Re)born

    The 21st century will probably be a century of tectonic shifts in the global balance of power. One of the most important beneficiaries of the processes could be Turkey.

  • Europe is Losing Serbia

    Almost all the generals and politicians wanted by the International Criminal Tribunal in the Former Yugoslavia have been captured. Still, we should not expect either a rapid nor an easy accession to…

  • Between Visegrad and Beijing

    The Hungarian elites strongly believe that with Chinese help, Central Europe can become the most competitive part of our continent.

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