Diverging Voices, Converging Policies: The Visegrad States’ Reactions to the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

February 4, 2016

1414792271Co-publishers: EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy (Czech Republic), Institute of Public Affairs (Poland), Institute for Public Affairs (Slovakia), Political Capital Policy Research & Consulting Institute (Hungary)

Experts from four PASOS organizations in the Visegrad 4 countries contributed to this report, which analyzes how those countries have dealt with the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Particular consideration was given to the differing historical experiences, public opinions, economic relations, energy policy, and foreign policy of the Visegrad countries.

“We hope that policy- and opinion-makers in the V4 countries will gain additional insight into and understanding of developments in other V4 states,” states the report’s afterward, written by editors Jacek Kucharczyk (IPA) and Grigorij Mesežnikov (IVO).

“Equally important is the interested public, as well as key partners and stakeholders outside the V4 who should also benefit from the detailed analysis offered by the present publication … Let us hope that this book will contribute to a more informed debate on the consequences of Russian revisionism for Europe.”

Other PASOS-affiliated experts who contributed to the publication include: Alexander Duleba, director of the Research Centre of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association; Agnieszka Łada, Łukasz Wenerski,  Aleksander Fuksiewicz and Andreas Speiser (IPA); Věra Řiháčková and Helena Schulzová (EUROPEUM).

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