Visegrad Insight 1/2016 (9)

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1/2016
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Visegrad Insight 1/2016 (9)

Jak wzmocnić poparcie opinii publicznej dla Sojuszu Północnoatlantyckiego? Przed szczytem NATO w Warszawie dyskutujemy o granicach sojuszniczej solidarności.

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Visegrad Insight 1/2016 (9)

Temat wydania: Allied Solidarity – Sojusznicza solidarność

Spis treści

EUROPE | Allied solidarity

Martin Stropnický, Peter Siklósi, Jaroslav Nad‘ and Bogusław Smólski on regional defence identity and economy of defence cooperation

NATO for avarage woman and man – Sławomir Dębski
V4 as juncture in the Alliance response to security challenges – Tomasz Chłoń

Survey: What should NATO do? What decisions will best serve peace? How to reinforce public support for the Alliance? – Réka Szemerkényi, Rastislav Káčer, Alexandr Vondra, Tomasz Szadkowski

Ballistic missile threat in Central Europe. Interview with Martin J. Coyne

ECONOMY | New approach to growth

The state and the economy. The old relationship revisited – Martin Ehl

The economic impact of the end of Schengen – Tomasz Kasprowicz

A conversation with Peter Stracar on the new approach to growth in Central Europe

EU | Disintegration

The European Union today inhibits integration instead of enabling it. Interview with Jan Zielonka by Maciej Kuziemski

What lawyers can do for the Union – Juraj Čorba

INTELLIGENT MIND | New Enlightenment

Leonidas Donskis, Patrik Ouredník, Haris Pašovic and Michal Havran in conversation about intellectual courage versus industry of fear

The journey from Trianon to Visegrád – Péter Hunčik

25 YEARS OF VISEGRAD | Past, Present, Futures

Radosław Sikorski, Martin Bútora, Jacques Rupnik, Daniela Schwarzer, Krzysztof Szczerski comment on the Visegrad anniversary

Illusive intermarium – Henry Foy

VISEGRAD ABROAD | Energy security

The Italian Ally in V4 Security Battle – Matteo Tacconi

Energy Security: what has been accomplished and what remains to be done? – Matthew Bryza

A call for “multi-levelization”. Taking stock of Visegrad after 25 years – Vít Dostál and Zsuzsanna Végh

Vladimír Bilčík on the Politics of Slovakia ahead of the EU Council Presidency and Possible Scenarios for 2016–2017

NEW EUROPE 100 | Intellectual capital

Brain Bar. Interview with Gergely Böszörményi Nagy from Design Terminal

SCHOOL OF ESSAY | Cultures of democracy

Being cynical has become the only way to be patriotic – Ivan Krastev

Marching democracy – Mateusz Falkowski

Brno – György Spiró

The end o the world – Noémi Szécsi

BOOKS | Visegrad in Translation

Reviews by Julia Sherwood, Dániel Dányi, Diána Vonnák, Magdalena Mullek, Viktóra Vas, Zsuzsa Mihályi, and László Szabolcs

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