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Issue 6/2015: A sea of change

New Eastern Europe Issue 5/2015 – A Sea of Change


New Eastern Europe Issue 5/2015 – A Sea of Change

The deeper meaning behind Europe’s newest migration waves


Making Sense of Migrants Edward Lucas
Fear it Not Basil Kerski
Building Coexistence Krzysztof Czyżewski
DOUBLETAKE: The end of the EU as we know it? Josef Janning
Anatomy of a Crisis: Not all migrations are treated equal Przemysław Roguski
The EU Can No Longer Afford To Be So Introverted A conversation with Joerg Forbrig
Poland as a Country of Migrants? Justyna Segeš-Frelak
Under the Veil Paul Toetzke
All Eyes on Hungary Dominik Héjj
There is no Other Way Natalia Żaba
A Great Migration Milan Lelich
The Search for a Free Russia Anastasia Sergeeva
Forced Migration Alena Yakzhyk
Russia Returns to the Middle East Łukasz Fyderek
Drowning in a Sea of Propaganda and Paranoia Olga Irisova
Democracy on the Defensive Sylvana Habdank- Kołaczkowska


Crossing the Red Line Interview with Asli Edoğan
European Ambassadors A conversation with Maria Kret, Stsiapan Stureika and Oksana Tsybulko


Parallel Donbas Wojciech Koźmic


Estonia’s Export Commodity: Animation films Magdalena Link-Lenczowska


The Battle for a New Awareness Daniel Wańczyk
On Battalion. A film directed by Dmitriy Meshiev 

Warsaw Bloody Warsaw Bartosz Marcinkowski
On Portrait of a Soldier. A film by Marianna Bukowski

A Tale of Cautious Optimism Michał Lubina
On Marcin Kaczmarski’s Russia-China Relations in the Post-Crisis International Order 

The Hidden War Maryana Prokop
On Yevhen Magda’s Гібридна війна. Вижити і перемогти (Hybrid War. Surviving and winning)

Russia’s Club Law Eugene Sobol
On Boris Reitschuster Putin’s Democratorship: A man of power and his system

Reading Leads to Dialogue Dorota Sieroń-Galusek
On Jerzy Pomianowski’s To proste (It’s Simple)


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