Dalibor ROHAC: The Europe after Visegrad
Dalibor ROHAC

Dalibor ROHAC

The Europe after Visegrad

The inevitable split of the Visegrad Group does not discredit Central Europe. A rejection of the often disingenuous and pro-Russian ‘conservatism’ of Orban’s party is, in fact, a necessary precondition for the rest of the region to assert itself as a serious, constructive player.

Prof. Mark JUERGENSMEYER: Is Russia a Terrorist State?
Prof. Mark JUERGENSMEYER

Prof. Mark JUERGENSMEYER

Is Russia a Terrorist State?

The answer to the question, is Russia a terrorist state, depends on what one means by “terrorism,” and how that accusation can be proven.

Prof. David OWEN: What do we owe to refugees?
Prof. David OWEN

Prof. David OWEN

What do we owe to refugees?

Putin came for Georgia, came for the Crimea, has come for Ukraine. Does anyone seriously think that if he were to succeed in Ukraine, his imperial ambitions would simply stop there?

Eryk MISTEWICZ: This war can be won by Ukraine and Europe together
Eryk MISTEWICZ

Eryk MISTEWICZ

This war can be won by Ukraine and Europe together

Over the last two weeks two million people have left their homes in Ukraine and crossed the border into Poland. Each week a million refugees, mainly the elderly and women with children, have poured into my country. The poor of this world are fleeing from soldiers who shoot at women and children, at hospitals, at schools and housing estates and who bomb Russians’ blocks of flats.

Eryk MISTEWICZ: We know what will happen next
Eryk MISTEWICZ

Eryk MISTEWICZ

We know what will happen next

A distance of 400 km and 82 years separates Bucha from Katyn. Only a little more divides Mariupol from Warsaw.