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Issue 4/2022: Values under siege

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While it is true that the reality for Ukrainians has changed dramatically, it is also true that our geopolitical reality has also been significantly altered. With Russia’s invasion of Ukraine we now see our western values under siege, whether we consciously recognise it or not.

Table of Contents

Values under siege

Ukraine and its discontents Samuel Abrahám

Germany’s Russia policy must change Rebecca Harms

For our freedom and yours Mykola Riabczuk

How a free Belarus can join the anti-Putin coalition Paweł Kowal

Macron’s Eastern Europe rethink Cyrille Bret

Overcoming imperial trauma Piotr Augustyniak

Central European sensitivity towards Ukraine Kinga Anna Gajda

The power of local diplomacy Cristian Cantir

In the footsteps of Viktor Orbán’s invincibility Szabolcs Vörös

Local perspectives: What has (not) changed since the war in Ukraine

Germany still struggles to understand its Eastern neighbours Mattia Nelles

The war in Ukraine as a test for “Global Britain” Alex Nice

The borders of solidarity Paulina Siegień

The ghosts of Poltava Matthew Kott

As Russia invades Ukraine, Israel walks a diplomatic tightrope Sam Sokol

The war that brought back the eternal Bulgarian dispute Krassen Nikolov

Opinion and Analysis 

A referendum in the shadow of war Hanna Vasilevich

The geopolitics of hospitality Natalia Barszcz and Luiza Bialasiewicz

The political psychology of war Raze Baziani, Rasan Baziani

From emperors to refugees Svenja Petersen

 Interviews

The mission of journalists is to reveal the truth An interview with Mykola Semena

What Russia needs most is cash for bombs An interview with Piotr Woźniak

 Stories and Ideas

 The ghosts of past wars live on in Russia’s Victory Day Oleg Smirnov

Russia’s war has turned Hasidic pilgrimage site into safe haven Aleksander Palikot and Maria Tymoshchuk

A lot at stake for Estonia as it shifts away from oil shale Isabelle de Pommereau

Art, Culture and Society

The Way of the Land Miriam Țepeș- Handaric

History and Memory

The Russo-Japanese War. A forgotten lesson? Andrzej Zaręba

In search of Baron Kurtz in Bucharest Lilian Pizzichini

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