Visegrad Insight 2/2013 (4)

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2/2013
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druga połowa roku

Visegrad Insight 2/2013 (4)

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CONTENTS

EUROPE
How will we take care of our elders and ourselves when welfare state fails? Survey: Zoltán Cséfalvay, Agnieszka Jucewicz-Kwaśniewska, Jakub Klepal, Ivan Mikloš

After the Welfare State. An Attempt to Map Uncharted Territory Martin Ehl

Rivers of Empathy: Floods, Policy, and Politics Matteo Tacconi

Solidarity of Citizens and of States in the European Union Magdalena Góra

Post-communist Deficits of Trust Szabolcs Pogonyi

The Elusive Discourse of Union Viera Knutelská

THINK THANK WATCH
Disappearing Peoples. Fertility Crisis in the Visegrad Region Olga Urbańska

ECONOMY AND BUSINESS
Warsaw and Berlin from a French Perspective. From Economic Integration to Political Rapprochement Philippe Rusin

Foreign Pensioners System. Interview with Artur Frank by Pavla Francová

Central Europe’s Road to High-tech Tomasz Kasprowicz

INTERVIEW
Adam Michnik talks the Ukrainian question. Interview by Wojciech Przybylski

INTELLIGENT MIND
Lecture on Solidarity Michael Sandel

Interview with Karel Schwarzenberg by Alžběta Chmelařová

Grand Illusion. Closure and New Beginnings Gábor Németh

COMMUNITIES
Socio ’50 . Reflections on the (Re)institutionalization of Sociology Attila Pató

Teach Your Government To Be Honest Spasimir Domaradzki

VISEGRAD ABROAD
The Abracadabra of Democracy Promotion Maciej Kuziemski

Future of Democracy Assistance. A debate between key actors. Survey: Ibolya Bárány, Igor Blaževič, Tomicah Tilleman, Marcin Wojciechowski, Karla Wursterová

V4 Transition Experience – An Added Value for EU Democracy Promotion? Simon Lightfoot and Balázs Szent-Iványi

Quo vadis, Visegrad Jiří Čistecký

Leadership of the EU? Not yet Roderick Parkes

The Realpolitik of Visegrad Solidarity Mateusz Gniazdowski

BOOKS
Books as Battlefields. Politically Committed Literature in Central Europe Marek Sečkař

My Sweet Homeland. Contemporary Political Poetry in Hungary Tibor Bárány

Why is Viewegh’s “Klaus“ Gay? Martin Puskely

Who Wants to be Committed to the Cause Here? Lucie Zakopalová

Book reviews by Pavel Mandys, Jan Němec, Justyna Czechowska, Cezary Polak, András Bozóki, Miklós Vörös, Marek Lollok, Ivana Taranenková

REPORT
Youth Looking Back in Anger Szabina Kerényi

Filling in the Niche. Populist Radical Right and the Concept of Solidarity Dominika Kasprowicz

URBAN
Homes Not Jails Bálint Misetics

The Power of the Powerless – Revisited Marcin Dyrcz and Danuta Glondys

ARTS / LOOKING BACK
The Four Musketeers Stand Alone. Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovakia in the European film market Marcin Adamczak

A Hungarian in Warsaw. Interview with Szábolcs Esztényi by Michał Mendyk

OPPORTUNITIES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Just 18. Top Must Attend Conferences in CE Anna Wójcik

ESSAY
Today Is Already Tomorrow Wojciech Przybylski

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