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The Curses of Polish Geopolitics and Today’s Alliances: 1919-1945-1989

As part of the Year of Jan Karski the Jan Karski Educational Foundation cordially invites you to take part in a debate devoted to the challenges of Polish geopolitics. The debate The Curses of Polish Geopolitics and Today’s Alliances: 1919-1945-1989 at the Library of the University of Warsaw is connected to the reprint of Jan Karski’s work of political science titled The Great Powers and Poland: From Versailles to Yalta, which was published by Wydawnictwo Poznańskie.

April 24, 2014 - New Eastern Europe

Kraków’s Architecture in a Central European and Global Context

In Habitation 2012: Garden City, Gated City was an exhibition presented from September of 2012 to January of 2013 at the Museum Narodowe in Kraków. Instytut Architektury, a foundation established in 2011 in Kraków, created this exposition organised in conjuncture with the National Museum. This institute’s mission is to popularise selfless ways of thinking about architecture, while the exposition’s goal was to make city inhabitants aware that their residence and how they use it is not only a personal consumer choice but also an important gesture in the public space.

April 24, 2014 - John Stuart Feltis Vega

John Stuart Feltis Vega

John Stuart Feltis Vega grew up in Germany, the United States and Mexico. From 2008-2012 he worked in Mexico City as a research analyst for the Development Office at the Ministry of Communications and Transportation and as an editor at Fundación Casa Alianza México, an NGO for homeless children and those who have been victims […]

April 24, 2014 - New Eastern Europe

NEE Invites You to the Vistula Festival of Polish Films in Russia!

NEE invites you to the Seventh Vistula Festival of Polish Films in Russia, which will take place from May to October 2014. The festival will open in Moscow from May 15th-22nd at the 5 Zvezd ("Five Stars") Cinema.

April 23, 2014 - New Eastern Europe

Paula Borowska

Paula Borowska is a contributor to Belarus Digest and an analyst with the Centre for Transition Studies in London. She completed an internship at the Centre for Eastern Studies in Warsaw where her work primarily focused on Belarus. She also runs her blog about Belarus: borowska.by.

April 23, 2014 - New Eastern Europe

NEE Wishes You a Splendid Easter

Happy Easter from NEE!

April 17, 2014 - New Eastern Europe

The Great Game Outside of International Law

What better way to appreciate the failure of the West to understand Vladimir Putin than to acknowledge that the European Union, Russia, Ukraine and the United States will meet in Geneva on April 17th to discuss Ukraine’s future. The Swiss city, of course, is synonymous with post-Second World War conventions that attempted to entrench different principles of international law associated with armed conflict.

April 17, 2014 - Ian Hansen

Apology for the Vandals: Is the state sponsoring ethnic conflict in Transylvania?

Recent historiographical evidence is starting to progressively exonerate the ancient migratory tribes for their so-called “acts of vandalism”. After extensive research into their actions, scholars now agree that the Vandals, who coined the term “vandalism” for their sacking of Rome, were not as barbaric as early historians would have us believe. In fact they were vilified not because they were “bad”, but because they were a menace to the Romans who saw them as challenging the status quo and thus bringing “disorder” to Europe. Even though widely considered a misnomer today, the Vandal legacy lived on to such a degree that it now describes any destructive acts performed on public property.

April 15, 2014 - Lucian Tion

Putting Hungary Back on the Road to Prosperity

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Fidesz and the allied KDNP party not only retained power in the recent parliamentary elections in Hungary, but they have retained two-thirds of the seats in the Parliament.

April 14, 2014 - Gergely Ternovszky

Gergely Ternovszky

  Gergely Ternovszky is a teacher of history and Hungarian culture at the elementary and high school levels. Ternovszky has also worked at large international firms in different positions (human resources, business research, etc.). He has experience in other fields of the education, having been educational advisor at a private firm and manager in a state-owned […]

April 14, 2014 - New Eastern Europe

Hungary: A land of bad choices

Critics of Viktor Orbán's government often use the word “dictatorship”, which describes a regime that is forced upon the people against their own will. Two successive elections and what has happened in between prove otherwise.

April 14, 2014 - János Széky

János Széky

János Széky is an editor at Élet és Irodalom (“Life and Literature”), a weekly Hungarian newspaper about literature and politics.

April 14, 2014 - New Eastern Europe

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