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LUBLIN CENTRAL EUROPE FORUM 2021 / May 20, 2021

Welcome to the first edition of the Lublin Central Europe Forum organized by the Institute of Central Europe in cooperation with numerous partners from Poland and Europe. In 2021, we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the events crucial to the region. Thirty years ago, in February 1991, the Visegrád Group was established as a structure integrating the central part of...

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Webinar “Within and Beyond Common History – from the Constitution of May 3 to current Polish-Lithuanian relations” – April 28, 11:00

We cordially invite you to take part in our webinar “Within and Beyond Common History – from the Constitution of May 3 to current Polish-Lithuanian relations” which will take place on April 28, at 11 a.m. via ZOOM. Our point of departure is the Constitution of May 3, 1791. This historical event was undoubtedly without precedent, and we would like to take a closer...

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Webinar “EU enlargement: What went wrong and when?”, 21.04.2021

We cordialy invite you to take part in our webinar “EU enlargement: What went wrong and when?” on 21st April 2021, at 4 p.m. Two decades after the formal inclusion of the Western Balkans in the process of European integration, the WB6 states remain underdeveloped economically and politically demanding peripheries of the European Union.  Despite the medial coverage...

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IEŚ Policy Papers 7/2020: The Visegrad Group at 30: Achievements and Challenges

We would like to present you with the newest issue of IEŚ Policy Papers 7/2020. The publication is available to read in English version. Our authors are (in alphabetical order): Vít Dostál, Péter Galambos, Aleksandra Kuczyńska-Zonik, Łukasz Lewkowicz, György Odze, Michał Paszkowski, George Soroka, Tomasz Stępniewski, Tomáš Strážay, Andrzej Szabaciuk, Agata Tatarenko,...

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