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Outside pressure forges ties between Visegrád countries

Speaking following a camp in Slovakia this summer, Németh said that Central Europe needs to be strengthened, and an important component of this is the need to connect countries, especially in the field of infrastructure. At the same time, the participants of the forum in Slovakia said the deepening of economic and trade relations are […]
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Czech Republic liberal democracy Visegrad Group Commentary

The risks of liberal democracy

Liberal Democrats want to get us back into the times of so called people´s democracies that the Visegrad Four countries wanted to get rid of once and for all. This is what analyst Hana Lipovska thinks about a document called “Central Europe in the next Seven Years”, published in the journal Visegrad Insights.

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