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3-4/2019: Eastern Partnership turns 10

May 2, 2019 - Adam Reichardt

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10 Years of Eastern Partnership

Persisting towards a Europe without dividing lines
Carl Bildt and Radosław Sikorski

Resetting the Eastern Partnership
Mariusz Maszkiewicz

 The Eastern Partnership. Much accomplished, more to be done
Gabriele Bonafede

 Multiplying civil society’s voice in the Eastern Partnership, a challenging task
Dovilė Šukytė

 The Eastern Partnership at 10. What is there to celebrate?
James Nixey

Eastern Partnership, Past, Present and Future – Expert Survey

Eastern Partnership Partial progress
Anders Åslund

Eastern Europe intrigue
Joanna Hosa

Eastern Partnership at 10. Rhetoric, resources and Russia
Balázs Jarábik

The Eastern Partnership project in Ukraine and Belarus
David R. Marples

Lessons learnt from the Eastern Partnership
Gwendolyn Sasse

 

We have an obligation and moral duty towards our partners in the East
Interview with Jacek Sutryk

Towards a new European Ostpolitik
Iris Kempe

OPINION & ANALYSIS

When bridges turn out to be walls
Mykola Riabchuk

Contemporary Russia’s power vertical. Clans controlled by the Kremlin
Vakhtang Maisaia

Gagauzia. Geopolitics and identity
Rusif Huseynov

 

STORIES AND IDEAS

Rail Baltica strives to stay on track
Linas Jegelevicius

 

ART, CULTURE AND SOCIETY

Eastern Europe’s last tango. A journey through the interwar musical scene
Juliette Bretan

 

1989: A YEAR OF REVOLUTION AND CHANGE

The poverty of utopia revisited
Vladimir Tismaneanu and Jordan Luber

The circle of hope. Samizdat, tamizdat and radio
Eugeniusz Smolar

The Polish Round Table. A bird’s-eye view
Paulina Codogni

The bodies of the Velvet revolution. Remembering 1989 in the Czech Republic
Čeněk Pýcha and Václav Sixta

We must not forget the values we fought for in 1989
Interview with Markus Meckel

No bloody revolution
János Széky

Beyond nostalgia
Eugen Stancu

Bulgaria’s taboo
Radosveta Vassileva

The curse of perestroika
Anastasia Sergeeva

EASTERN CAFÉ

Vladimir Putin. What’s left to say?
Adam Reichardt

Accidental borders and blurred identities
Krzysztof Strachota

The taste of evil
Małgorzata Nocuń

The unheard voices of war
Zbigniew Rokita

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