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Issue 2 2016: The Eve of Uncertainty

Get this issue delivered straight to your doorstep. Click here to subscribe online today.  How much control does today’s Europe have over its own future? This is the main question we pose in the March-April 2016 issue of New Eastern Europe. In light of the refugee crisis, risk of a British exit from the Europe […]

November 2, 2015 - New Eastern Europe

Issue 3-4 2016: One for all, all for one?

Get this issue delivered straight to your doorstep. Click here to subscribe online today.  On NATO’s eastern flank and civil society in Eastern Europe  As NATO prepares for the July Warsaw Summit, our authors begin the debate on the pages of this issue, focusing on the current state of NATO’s eastern flank, goals planned for […]

November 2, 2015 - New Eastern Europe

On Conflict and Reconciliation: Issue 5/2015

Click here to get instant access to exclusive content and support NEE by purchasing a subscription The Sept-Oct issue of New Eastern Europe is dedicated to examining two key concepts which are not new to Europe but are also extremely relevant today: Conflict and Reconciliation. On Conflict Judy Dempsey, senior fellow at Carnegie Europe, examines […]

August 26, 2015 - Adam Reichardt

Religion, Politics and Power: Issue 3-4/2015

Click here to get instant access to exclusive content and support NEE by purchasing a subscription The main topic of the May-August 2015 double issue of New Eastern Europe is the role of religion in Eastern Europe, especially after the EuroMaidan Revolution and the outbreak of the conflict in Ukraine’s east. Concentrating mainly on Ukraine, […]

May 4, 2015 - Adam Reichardt

2 (XVI) / 2015: LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR

How Ukraine has become a test of German-Polish relations New Eastern Europe – March-April 2015 The second issue of 2015 is dedicated to understanding how the conflict in and around Ukraine has had an effect on the relations between two countries which are nearest and most intimately involved: Germany and Poland. The issue attempts to […]

March 2, 2015 - Adam Reichardt

1 (XV) / 2015: All Quiet on the Baltic Front?

The January-February 2015 issue of New Eastern Europe has a specific focus on the current situation in the Baltic states which, despite being full-fledged members of NATO and the European Union, now find themselves on the frontlines of the ongoing crisis with Russia. Countries like Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are now having to deal with […]

January 1, 2015 - Adam Reichardt

4 (XIII)/2014: Moldova: The Star Pupil of Europe’s East?

The September-October issue of New Eastern Europe has a special focus on the Republic of Moldova. In this issue, our authors try to help explain the processes that are taking place in this small post-Soviet state which today appears to be looking for its place in Europe. The texts aim to help the reader decide […]

September 1, 2014 - Adam Reichardt

5 (XIV)/2014: Ukraine: One year after the EuroMaidan

The November-December 2014 issue of New Eastern Europe is dedicated to the one year anniversary of the start of the EuroMaidan Revolution in Ukraine. This issue looks at Ukraine from a deep perspective and shows the context on the changes that have taken place in Ukraine since the watershed political events which began in Kyiv […]

September 1, 2014 - Adam Reichardt

3 (XII) 2014: OUR (R)EVOLUTIONS

The July-August 2014 issue of New Eastern Europe is our first issue as a bimonthly magazine. It is also a special issue as it celebrates the 25th anniversary of the fall of communism in the countries of Central Europe. Above all, this issue, titled "Our (R)Evolutions", not only reflects on the 25 years of peaceful evolution that have taken place in Poland, but it links this discussion with the revolution that has taken place in Ukraine.

June 30, 2014 - New Eastern Europe

2 (XI) 2014: Putin’s Powers

Issue 2 (XI) / 2014: PUTIN’S POWERS          The events that have unfolded in the region of Eastern Europe in the first few months of 2014 have brought attention to a region which, not that long ago, was referred to as “Europe’s unwanted child”.  Undoubtedly, the rapid pace of changes requires equally rapid reactions from […]

March 28, 2014 - Adam Reichardt

2 (XI) 2014 Putin’s Powers – Облики власти Путина

Новый номер журнала „New Eastern Europe„ – Облики власти Путина (Putin’s Power) Нестабильная политическая ситуация стран региона, который еще недавно назывался “нежеланным ребенком Европы”, в последнее время все сильнее привлекает внимание международного общества. Несомненно быстрый темп происходящих перемен нуждается в так же быстрых реакциях как со стороны журналистов, так и политиков. Для тех последних особенно […]

March 28, 2014 - New Eastern Europe

2 (XI) 2014: Putin’s Powers – Oblicza władzy Putina

Issue 2 (XI) / 2014: PUTIN’S POWERS Niestabilna sytuacja polityczna, która w ostatnich kilku miesiącach charakteryzuje państwa Europie Wschodniej, zaczęła wzbudzać szerokie zainteresowanie międzynarodowej opinii publicznej regionem, który jeszcze nie tak nazywany był przez niektórych „niechcianym dzieckiem Europy”. Bez wątpienia szybkie tempo toczących się zmian wymaga równie szybkich reakcji zarówno ze strony mediów jak i […]

March 28, 2014 - Adam Reichardt

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