Visegrad On-line Reader

Dear Visegrad Studies students,

Online Reader 2017 

Online Reader 2015

 Online Reader 2014.

Please remember that this document if for the exclusive use of students currently enrolled in the MA.

Thank you.

We are happy to present a new publication entitled Joint Second Cycle Degree in International Relations: Europe from the Visegrad Perspective – Online Reader, edited by Dr. Grzegorz Pożarlik. The reader was created within the framework of the International Visegrad Fund VUSG-JDP Grant 61360003 for the use of students in the MA programme in International Relations: Europe in the Visegrad Perspective.

The publication is a compilation of articles by academics and doctoral students from the Faculty of International and Political Studies JU  as well as researchers from partner universities in the VNDREAM consortium.

Table of Contents:

  • Gilles Rouet: Build and legitimize Europe
  • Grzegorz Pożarlik: Conceptualising the EU as new kind of power in late-Westphalian international relations. The case of EU policy towards Ukrainian crisis.
  • Marcin Rebes: Totality Thoughts and Fear of Totalitarianism in the past and contemporary international relations. Truth and Responsibility from the Perspective of an Attitude towards the Other by Jakob Leib Talmon and Emmanuel Levinas.
  • Marcin Grabowski: Regional Integration in the Asia-Pacific: Is there Anything Left from Asia-Pacific Community Proposal?
  • Monika Eriksen: European Common Security and Defense Policy: The Case of Visegrad Battlegroup
  • Ewa Kamarad: The unification of Conflict of Law Rules in the European Union and its Influence on Private International Law in the Coutrysides of the Visehrad Group
  • Kinga Anna Gajda: The cultural dimensions and differences inside the Visegrad Group
  • Krzysztof Koźbiał: The Party System of The Czech Republic
  • Viktor Glied: From the green movement to a party THE Effect of the crisis and democratic movements in Hungary
  • Zoltán Bretter: Halfway or No Way?
  • István TARRÓSY and Zoltán VÖRÖS: Hungary’s Global Opening to an Interpolar World
  • Andrea SCHMIDT: The economic transformation in Hungary – detour or impasse?