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The Visegrad agenda: Russia between the lines

Bratislava Global Security Forum GLOBSEC 2013 The Prime Minister of Slovakia and Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Visegrad group countries almost did not mention Russia at the opening of the Global Security Forum in Slovakia. The Forum is a recognized platform for coordinating the foreign political agenda of the Visegrad Group – Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and ...


International security: approaches of the Visegrád Four

Since the Cold War there has been a stereotype opinion about discussing global issues - it is often wrongly associated with traditional "centers" of international power. Against this background the rapid growth of influence and authority of the "Global Security" Forum (GLOBSEC 2013) which is being held for the eighths time in Bratislava, Slovakia is noteworthy. This year participants from over 50 countries are taking part in the Forum. Challenges for global security and ways...


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