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      The Missing Matryoshka
      Dec16

      The Missing Matryoshka

      Russian disinformation campaign covers up the real process of re-Stalinisation of Russia’s official narrative regarding the roots of the war – keynote address of Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Marek Magierowski delivered at the Visegrad Insight & NATO Myth and Reality conference on 7 December 2017 In recent years, the transatlantic...

      The buzz around the ballot
      Dec07

      The buzz around the ballot

      This article comes from The Buzz Around the Ballot edition of Visegrad Insight 2/2017 devoted do media landscapes and disinformation in Central Europe. Read full contents page here. Every period in history has its jokes including the Post-truth era. This one has been told following the occupation of Crimea: if it looks like a duck, quacks like a...

      A House Undivided
      Dec05

      A House Undivided

      This article comes from The Buzz Around the Ballot edition of Visegrad Insight 2/2017 devoted do media landscapes and disinformation in Central Europe. Read full contents page here. A little more than a year ago, a limited circle of fans gathered in a small far-right bookstore located underground of one of the most prominent plazas in Budapest to...

      From Tweets to Tanks
      Dec05

      From Tweets to Tanks

      This article comes from The Buzz Around the Ballot edition of Visegrad Insight 2/2017 devoted do media landscapes and disinformation in Central Europe. Read full contents page here. Interview with Robert Pszczel, Senior Officer for Russia and the Western Balkans, Public Diplomacy Division, NATO HQ (Former Director of NATO Information Office in...

      Don’t Merchandise Doubt
      Dec01

      Don’t Merchandise Doubt

      This article comes from The Buzz Around the Ballot edition of Visegrad Insight 2/2017 devoted do media landscapes and disinformation in Central Europe. Read full contents page here. One afternoon this past summer, Visegrad Insight spoke with HE Rastislav Káčer, Ambassador of Slovakia to Hungary and the Honorary Chairman of the Board for Globsec....

      Eastern Partnership in Demise
      Nov30

      Eastern Partnership in Demise

      The fifth summit of Eastern Partnership, taking place in Brussels, was a classic case of unmemorable event that other than being a photo-op delivered nothing and satisfied no one. This is perhaps unsurprising for the two fundamental reasons: mismatch of expectations and poor leadership of the initiative. When Eastern Partnership was initiated in...

      What is the Future for German-Polish Relations
      Nov30

      What is the Future for German-Polish Relations

      Relations between Warsaw and Berlin are amongst the most crucial, and historically-burdened, bilateral entanglements in the world. The German-Polish historical rapprochement that was put in motion in 1989 has been one of the pillars of European order that has proved indispensable to the stability of Central and Eastern Europe. Yet, this pillar...

      2017 New Europe 100 list is Announced
      Nov24

      2017 New Europe 100 list is Announced

      Today, 23 November 2017, Res Publica, Google, and Visegrad Insight in cooperation with Financial Times are releasing the 2017 edition of New Europe 100, which presents the list of unique challenges from Central and Eastern Europe. The New Europe 100 list consists of the outstanding people who are changing and improving the world with their...

      The Czech elections are on the verge of common sense
      Oct22

      The Czech elections are on the verge of common sense

      President Miloš Zeman’s statement in the Palace of Europe regarding annexation of Crimea, triggered a violent reaction not only in Ukraine but also in the Czech Republic. This statement was condemned both by Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka and Foreign Minister Lubomir Zaorálek. Czech representatives in the European Parliament urged the...

      Czech Elections, yet another Central European Experiment with Democracy
      Oct12

      Czech Elections, yet another Central European Experiment with Democracy

      On Saturday, October 21st, the Czech Republic may follow the course that Poland under Jarosław Kaczyński and Hungary under Viktor Orbán have already set on — from a full-fledged democracy of the western type to an authoritarian regime of an eastern character. While such a system still allows for elections and something like an opposition is still...

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