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  • On Our Periphery

    Donald Tusk’s government seems to be acting cautiously as far as joining the eurozone is concerned. The prime minister does not appear to have any idea what his policy towards the EU integration…

  • Living With the Torso While Dreaming of the Whole

  • Every Mother’s Son Listens to the Chief

    In the course of two recent decades, impressive economic growth has been observed in Africa. Security and freedom have also increased. However, Africans will still need to wait some time for the…

  • The Eurozone Crisis and Tirana

    Albanians perceive European integration as bloodless unification with their compatriots in Kosovo and Macedonia. The debacle of the European project means an increase in anxiety for the whole region.

  • What Is Ukraine Playing At?

    An interview with Mykola Riabchuk by Filip Memches The strategic aim of the Party of the Regions is to gain a constitutional majority. Victor Yanukovych wants to introduce changes in the constitution…

  • The Orbán System

    The governing party has taken over all the crucial institutions, including education, the judiciary, the prosecutors offices and the media. Having a close look at Hungary, it is obvious that liberal…

  • The war in Syria—cui bono?

    While protest swept through a range of Arab countries, due to the apathy of its population Syria was known as the “silent kingdom”. Who might benefit from the present-day chaos and bloodletting, who…

  • Putin’s New Clothes

    An interview with Ivan Krastev by Maciej Nowicki Pussy Riot’s trial revealed the new foundations of the regime. Under this system of power, the sclerotic countryside and the Orthodox Church are…

  • Wanted: A Dose of Realism

  • Central Europe Dying Out?

    Assuming that current demographic trends are here to stay, every third inhabitant out of 30 million in Poland will have retired in 2050, whereas the combined population of Poland, Czech Republic,…

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