A European Success Story?

A European Success Story?

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In February 2022 a new publication of the EUritage project entitled "A European success story? Central Europe from democratic revolutions to EU accession (1989-2004) and beyond" has been issued in cooperation with the Hungarian Europe Society, with István Hegedűs' article entitled "Hungary at the crossroads: challenges of democratic backslide and Euroscepticism".

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction | Adam Balcer 4
Everything started in Gdańsk | Aleksandra Dulkiewicz 7
Central Europe in the European Union and beyond. Legacy of 1989 and 2004 | Adam Balcer 11
Hungary at the crossroads: challenges of democratic backslide and Euroscepticism | István Hegedűs 21
The history of post-communism in a nutshell: Czechia after 1989 | Michal Klíma 30
Unified but different? Assessment of the benefits and costs of German reunification | Katrin Böttger and Simone Klee 39
Central Europe, the EU and I | Marie Kepler 48
The breakthrough moments of 1989 and 2004 – how freedom brought us Wrocław back | Tomasz Kubiak 52

 

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Pro-European vision for the European Union from the perspective of the Visegrad countries: The summary discussion paper of the V4Europe project has been published in July 2018, edited by István Hegedűs, András Radnóti, Zsuzsanna Szelényi, Zsuzsanna Végh and Erik Uszkiewicz.
The publication by HES entitled "Uncertain Times: The Future of Trans-Atlantic Relations from the Perspective of NGOs and Think Tanks in Central Europe and Hungary" has been issued in December 2021. 
The online booklet was published in the framework of the EUbyCitizens project managed by Maison de l'Europe in Paris at the end of 2017.
Where Does the PERC-index Stand? or from EU Destructivists to Federalists: the Relationship of Hungarian Parliamentary Parties towards the European Union" is the title of the second report by the research team of the Hungarian Europe Society published on 20 March, 2014.
Invitation: 30 years after peaceful revolution. Remembering German reunification as a success story for Europe? October 27 (Wednesday), 2021 15:00–17:00h Online Event (ZOOM) Programme