The third issue of Visegrad Insight launched
06.05.2013 / 11:39
The third issue of Visegrad Insight “My Hero, Your Enemy” launches May 6th, 2013 in bookstores in Central Europe, the UK (WHS stores), US and worldwide, and in popular tablet formats. The issue is devoted to history teaching in the region.
The topic in question is discussed by renowned academics, writers, intellectuals and diplomats, including: Péter Balázs (Central European University Professor, former Foreign Affairs Minister of Hungary and former EU Commissioner), Paweł Ukielski (Deputy Director of the Museum of the Warsaw Uprising), Mária Schmidt (Director of Terror Haza, Budapest), Oldřich Tůma (Czech Academy of Sciences), Juraj Marušiak (Slovak Academy of Sciences), Petr Vágner (former International Visegrad Fund Deputy Director), Krzysztof Varga, Pavol Rankov, and Victor Horváth (writers).
Moreover, in this issue readers will find the following discussions:
- The impact of the economic crisis on media ownership in Central Europe by Václav Štětka from Oxford University;
- Consideration of the new policy of Russia toward the Visegrad Group by Jana Kobzová, European Council on Foreign Relations;
- Evaluation of the Polish presidency of the V4 by Mateusz Gniazdowski, Centre for Eastern Studies,
- Who defines what constitutes Central European art by Piotr Kosiewski;
- Reportage on abandoned soviet barracks in the region by János Deme;
- The late Jan Balabán’s unpublished short stories;
and many other interesting pieces of analysis, opinion and essays.
Visegrad Insight is available in print for £4.99 in selected bookstores worldwide including the USA, the UK (WHS stores), the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland (Empik). Electronic formats (PDF, mobi or epub) are available directly at our website www.visegradinsight.eu for £1.
Visegrad Insight is an analysis and opinion journal led by accomplished editors from across the Visegrad Group: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. Its aim is to provide a platform for high profile debates on the perspectives and challenges of cooperation between Central European governments, business and communities. Published twice a year by the Res Publica Foundation in Warsaw, Poland in partnership with Europeum in Prague, Czech Republic, with the kind support of the International Visegrad Fund.