Marking last year’s 20th anniversary of the Visegrad cooperation, the first issue of a new analysis and opinion journal from and about Central Europe was published under the title Visegrad Insight in March 2012. The journal is published by the Res Publica Nowa in Warsaw and led by accomplished editors from the Visegrad Group countries. It is printed biannually in English in 6,000 copies and it is also available on-line at www.visegradinsight.eu. The journal is accompanied by a weekly-updated webzine titled Visegrad Revue published by EUROPEUM Prague and available at www.visegradrevue.eu.
Both the journal and the webzine are published with the support of the International Visegrad Fund (www.visegradfund.org).
Read more on the Visegrad Insight webpage.
Editorial by Wojciech Przybylski
Twenty Years After. Survey: What future will the V4 cooperation face?
Does the Visegrad Group Make Sense in Today’s Europe? Only in EU by Aleksander Smolar
Is the Dream of Visegrad Dead? by Martin Butora
What Upcoming Challenges Must the V4 Face? by Magdalena Vašaryova.
V4 – Let It Rest In Peace by Edward Lucas
From Poor Neighbours to Partners by Tomaš Sedlaček
Institutionalization Unnecessary by Petr Pithart
The Future of Visegrad Cooperation by Zoltan Pogatsa
Visegrad – The Europe of Small Steps by Andrzej Jagodziński
Europe of Foster Brothers by Csaba G. Kiss
20 Myths About Civil Society by Grzegorz Piotrowski
Think Tanks Watch
PASOS, A Central European Think Tank Network by Jacek Kucharczyk and Jeff Lovitt
Gas Geopolitics. A Small Lexicon of an Immense Issue by Martin Ehl
Playing the Slovak Piano: New Business Ideas From the New Europe. Interview with Tomáš Bella
Analysis of Pension Systems in the region by Ondřej Schneider
Interview with Rudolf Chmel
The Euro Crisis.Central European Lessons by Jacques Rupnik
After the Velvet Divorce. Observations of a Double Insider by Martin M. Šimečka
Nice One, Václav Havel! by Gyorgy Konrad
Lost Illusions Or New Hopes by Lucia Najšlova.
Egypt’s January Revolution and the Eastern European Experience by Nadine Abdalla
Debate Marek Cichocki, V.t Dost.l, Andrew Michta,Wojciech Przybylski
Hungarian Council Presidency: An Evaluation by Piotr Maciej Kaczyński
Forecast: Slovakia and the EU Presidency in 2016 by Peter Weiss
Time for the EU to Deal Fairly with the Western Balkans. Interview with Eduard Kukan
Generations, Ideologies and Returnees: Developments in Romanian Social Research by Florin Poenaru
Landscape After the Battle. Doctors on Strike in the V4 by Szabina Kerenyi
Photo reportage by Krzysztof Pacholak, Daniel Polaček, Zuzana Halanova and Imre Varga
Solemnity and Violence in Central and Eastern European Urban Life by Kacper Pobłocki
Lifting the Fog by George Blecher
Have I Not Treated Life, I Could Not Have Spoken About the Destruction. Interview with Zoltán Halasi
Privatisation and the End of Solidarity by Jan Nĕmec
Shock Literature by Katerina Kucelbova.
Homogeneous Diversity: The Mirror of Social Change Orsolya Karafiath
Nothing Happened – But It Will! Konrad C. Kęder
Who Václav Havel Was and Who He Wasn’t by Marek Sečkař
Arts/ Looking back
New Waves in the Visegrad Four: the History of an Adventure by Ewa Ciszewska
Opportunities and Announcements
Artists In Residence Program in New York. Guidelines by Aleksandra Grzonkowska
Bride-Mannequin and Twist-Pullover by Lajos Parti Nagy