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New Eastern Europe Magazine

5 issues per year Write Review From $5.00 per issue Trying to understand what is Vladimir Putin’s next move? Want to know more about the crisis in Ukraine? Looking for historical and cultural figures that shape Eastern Europe? Then look no further. Put New Eastern Europe on your reading list by downloading the New Eastern Europe App and gain access to the most important issues facing our region today.

New Eastern Europe is the exclusive English language bimonthly news magazine dedicated to Central and Eastern European affairs. The magazine provides readers with commentary on current events, political analysis, cultural and historical discussions as well as books and film reviews.

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New Eastern Europe  |  4(IX)-2013  


This issue explores of New Eastern Europe provides in-depth coverage of the upcoming Vilnius Summit of the Eastern Partnership (EaP). We open this issue with texts written by two foreign ministers: Carl Bildt of Sweden and Radosław Sikorski of Poland, both representing the states which initiated the EaP and still believe in its success. Success is possible, write foreign policy experts, Jana Kobzova and Rafał Sadowski, provided more work is done and new strategies are made. Their opinions do not seem far-fetched, especially when the results of the scorecard in which ten European experts graded the EaP’s progress as being between fair and poor are taken into consideration.

This issue also includes a special section on the role of new media in Eastern Europe and brings to light many issues related to freedom of speech online. Our authors show that greater access to the internet does not necessarily lead to greater democratisation with respect to countries such as Belarus, Azerbaijan and Russia.

Finally, in the history section, Yaroslav Hrytsak discusses the Polish-Ukrainian reconciliation process and explains why in 2013 we are further away from 1989 than we were in 2003; while former prime minister of Estonia Mart Laar reminds us of the struggles against totalitarianism in the aftermath of the Second World War.
Trying to understand what is Vladimir Putin’s next move? Want to know more about the crisis in Ukraine? Looking for historical and cultural figures that shape Eastern Europe? Then look no further. Put New Eastern Europe on your reading list by downloading the New Eastern Europe App and gain access to the most important issues facing our region today.

New Eastern Europe is the exclusive English language bimonthly news magazine dedicated to Central and Eastern European affairs. The magazine provides readers with commentary on current events, political analysis, cultural and historical discussions as well as books and film reviews.
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   New Eastern Europe Looked Through Cold War Eyes Reviewed October 29, 2018
New Eastern Europe Looked Through Cold War Eyes - There is nothing new or objective in this magazine, it Russiaphobia on steroids. Rather than embrace the new opportunities for trade and culture between Eastern European nations, Russia included, it looks at how to paint everything in terms of opportunities for destabilising relations between Russia and her immediate neighbours. It's everything that is wrong with "Western" thinking at this time, which is progressively becoming more Fascist towards anything that does not conform to its "world view" and business interests.