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Topic: Evropa

Jeff Lightfoot

America’s New Partnership with Central Europe

In his remarks in Bucharest, the US Vice President Biden celebrated the democratic and economic development of Central and Eastern Europe since the fall of Communism twenty years ago. The Vice President stressed that the United States now looks for what it can do with Central and Eastern Europe, rather than what it can do for the countries of the region. This important distinction by the Vice President demonstrates the growing normalization of U.S. relationship with Central Europe and further blurs the once profound divisions of the Continent. read more

3rd November 2009, section Articles

Zuzana Svetlošáková

The Visegrad Four: Further Room for Cooperation

The following essay won the Visegrad Essay Competition 2007. The author has chosen the topic “Hitherto V4 cooperation and its perspectives after EU entry” and devotes to the development of Visegrad cooperation during the past fifteen years. read more

14th June 2007, section Essays

Lyubov Mykulanynets a Tomáš Šmíd

Whither V4? EU Entry as a Turning Point in Visegrad Cooperation

This essay ended third in the Visegrad Essay Competition 2007. The author has chosen the topic “Hitherto V4 cooperation and its perspectives after EU entry” and covers the changes Visegrad cooperation has undergone after EU entry as well as its perspectives. read more

13th June 2007, section Essays

Adriana Klímková a Petr Sprinz

Populism and Nationalism in the V4: Temporary Setback

This essay ended second in the Visegrad Essay Competition 2007. The author has chosen the topic “Populism and nationalism in V4 countries” and addresses the difficulties of democratic transition in the region, offering case studies of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. read more

13th June 2007, section Essays

Lukáš Hoder, Tomáš Blažek a Ondrej Gažovič

The Future of the European Union

Encouraged by the apparent success of the Middle East Symposium project, editors of the Global Politics journal have decided to launch a Symposium on the Future of the European Union. By providing our readers with the thoughts of influential scholars from the field, GP aims to stimulate the public debate on the future direction of European integration. It is our great pleasure to publish the answers of J. Bátora, P. Drulák, P. Kratochvíl, K. Hughes, I.B. Neumann, M. Pitrová, and M. Vašečka. read more

27th November 2006, section Symposium