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OSW Report | | Krzysztof Dębiec
The Czech Republic is an example of a state in which drought has become a key issue in public debate. In the Czech Republic, 2020 was the seventh consecutive year of a drought that is considered the most severe in 500 years, and which…
Point of View | | Andrzej Sadecki
The 1920 Peace Treaty of Trianon, which sealed Hungary’s loss of two thirds of its territory, is regarded as the country’s greatest national tragedy. The disintegration of the multinational Kingdom of Hungary, which left large Hungarian…
OSW Report | | Krzysztof Dębiec
Since 2016, the Czech Republic has had the lowest unemployment rate among EU member states and since 2017 among OECD countries.
Point of View | | Krzysztof Dębiec, Jakub Groszkowski
Slovakia is going through a period of important social and economic changes. The murder of the investigative journalist Ján Kuciak in February 2018 activated a significant part of the public, which led to the largest anti-government…
OSW Studies | | Jakub Jakóbowski, Konrad Popławski, Marcin Kaczmarski
The report discusses the current state and future prospects of rail connections between China and the countries of the European Union. Special emphasis is placed on the role of Central Europe. 
OSW Report | | Andrzej Sadecki, Tadeusz Iwański, Jakub Groszkowski
The Ukrainian-Russian war has prompted Bratislava, Prague and Budapest to take a new look at their eastern neighbourhood. Cooperation with Ukraine is gaining momentum, although relations with Russia are still the top priority for the Czech…
OSW Report | | Konrad Popławski
The latest results from the Visegrád Group states show them to be Germany’s most important trading partner.
Point of View | | Tomasz Dąborowski
The main elements of the ongoing transformation of Central Europe’s gas markets.
Point of View | | Andrzej Sadecki
Viktor Orban introduced radical changes in the country and thus challenged the previous economic and political order.
OSW Report |
The international development cooperation systems of the Visegrad countries are all rather new, in most cases only about a decade old.