Visegrad Insight 1/2017 (10)

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Visegrad Insight 1/2017 (10)

Od 25.05.2017 roku nowy numer Visegrad Insight 1/2017 (10) dostępny na visegradinsight.eu i publica.pl

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Nowe wydanie Visegrad Insight 1/2017 (10) dostępne od dziś na publica.pl i visegradinsight.eu. Od jutra do kupienia w salonach Empik w całej Polsce.

Visegrad Insight 1/2017 (10)

Temat wydania: PROSPERITY IN CENTRAL EUROPE

Spis treści

ECONOMY – PROSPERITY IN CENTRAL EUROPE

Survey: How can we encourage social trust in Central European countries? What can we do to deal with the dissatisfaction of the economic standing in the V4? How can we combat brain drain? —  Iveta Radičová, András Inotai, Olga Grygier-Siddons, Petr Zahradník, Aleš Chmelař

A Breakdown of the Legatum Institute Report on Central Europe

The Great Leap Forward? Moving away from the cheap labour model in CE —  Tim Gosling

Changing Minds: Economic Models in CE —  An interview with Petr Teplý

Closing the Wealth Gap in CE —  Maciej Kisilowski

Debt and democracy —  Dorothee Bohle

The Good, the Bad & the Ugly —  Dalibor Rohac

Modern Banks in CEE: Between Foreigners and the State —  Daniel Rząsa

The Future of Prosperity —  Andreas Triechl

Central Europe in Five Years-Time: Scenarios —  Martin Ehl, Anna Wójcik, Wojciech Przybylski

Extreme Isolation: A Report from Eastern Slovakia —  Ben Cunningham

Micro perspectives: The effective altruists of Central Europe and how to fund them — Ondřej Liška, Julia Itin, Ewa Konczał, Réka Matheidesz

VISEGRAD ABROAD – FRAYING BONDS

Flexible solidarity, intergovernmentalism and differentiated integration — Zsuzanna Vegh

Alleged Czech Discomfort with the Visegrad Group and the Cynical Reality —  Vit Dostál

Germany and the Visegrad states cannot afford not to cooperate closely —  Jörg Winterbauer

Poland's Foreign Policy. The Slow Dismantling of Alliances —  Michał Kokot

From Cinderella to Sleeping Beauty —  Joanna Kędzierska

Is Europeanization losing its sex appeal? —  Adam Reichardt

Playing the Trump Card: What Central Europe can expect from an increasingly unpredictable administration in Washington —  Marcin Zaborowski

Chinese Investment in the Four Visegrad Countries —  Tamas Matura

Get ready for New Europe 100 in 2017

EU – SECURITY

Finding Their Way Out of the Woods —  Dániel Bartha

INTELLIGENT MINDS – OVERSHADOWED AND UNSUNG

The Canary in the Coal Mine: What the proposed closing of a university in Hungary’s capital means for the region as a whole —  A discussion between Michael Ignatieff and Wojciech Przybylski

When Europe prepares fot the current role of the province —  An introduction and excert from Samanta Stecko’s essay on Jerzy Stempowski, translated by Aleksandra Małecka

Civil Society and Conflicting Narratives: The pitfalls of attempting to carve out a Central European Identity —  Jan Kubik interviewed by Anna Wójcik

CULTURE – FEAR AND POTENTIAL

Revival of the Red Infiltration: The Kremlin and its friends aim for a power grab in Central Europe —  Jakub Janda

Fear-mongering in the Czech Republic and Slovakia —  Ivana Smoleňová

We, the Visegrad Citizens, Neighbours and Allies —  Olga Gyárfášová

EU benefits according to young people Rebranding the Visegrad Group with PR expert: The Untapped Power of Regional Politics —  An Interview with Szymon Walkiewicz by Vojtěch Boháč

Sticking together: Mittleuropa for travellers —  Franciszek Bojańczyk

BOOKS – WEALTH

Prosperity in literature —  Julia Sherwood, Pál Závada, Jiří Hájíček, Ondrej Štefánik, Natalia Fiedorczuk

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