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Issue 2/2017: Is the world turning upside down?

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New Eastern Europe Issue 2/2017: Is the world turning upside down?

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPINION & ANALYSIS

No alternative to liberal democracy? – Samuel Abrahám

Illiberalism – György Schöpflin

Illiberal winds from the East – Bartosz Rydliński

Europe needs a return to its true values – Boško Obradović

A far right hijack of Intermarium – Matthew Kott

The world is fundamentally changing – Raivis Zeltīts

Facts need to matter, no matter what – Mateusz Mazzini and Miłosz Wiatrowski

Homo politicus, Homo passionis – Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska

The five rings of the empire – Paweł Kowal

Chaos or Stability – Marcin Kaczmarski

The abandonment of Ukraine? – David R. Marples

The oligarchs strike back – Tadeusz Iwański

Crimean Tatars losing hope – Ridvan Bari De Urcosta

Celebrating diversity in Kyiv – Anna Kotaleichuk

Georgia’s unwavering or unravelling pro-European direction – Eugene Kogan

REPORTS

Mariupol on the edge of war – Wojciech Koźmic

INTERVIEWS

I am personally very Euro-optimistic – An interview with Andrii Deshchytsia

Poland fully supports the Ukrainian cause – An interview with Jan Piekło

HISTORY AND MEMORY

Russia between revolutions – A conversation with Sylwia Frołow

Doroshenko’s third way – Tomasz Targański

PEOPLE, IDEAS, INSPIRATION

Integration starts at home – Anna Fedas

The story of Poland’s multinational history – Elżbieta Ciborska

Estonia faces challenges both old and new with integration efforts – Michael Amundsen

EASTERN CAFÉ

How Russia understands international law – Przemysław Roguski

Caught in the storyline – Kacper Dziekan

Through Crimea with Eldar – Wojciech Siegień

Forgotten heroes of a forgotten war – Andrzej Zaręba

A Ukrainian miracle – Olena Pavlova



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