December 23rd, 2014 AAAA
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Germany and individual Visegrad countries are predisposed to co-operation by their geographic proximity, as well as their cultural, economic and technological compatibility. In addition, relations with smaller neighbours have traditionally represented an important source of legitimacy for post-war German policy. So far, however, a lack of internal coherence makes Visegrad as a group unattractive to German policy, while bilateral relations may become strained given the disappointing developmen...
Violence against women knows no nationality or race. At the end of November many countries joined a 16-day action to raise awareness of the harms caused by it. These issues where highlighted in Poland, too, where the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence has remained unratified due to the controversy that has surrounded it. But we must ask ourselves: ‘What is so controversial about protecting battered and raped women?’
I was interested to read Jan Adamec’s critique of my “Confessions of a Czechophile” and would like to offer some belated thoughts in return.

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