Today, two mainstream views of Central Europe exist. For some, Central Europe is a success story of peaceful political change, transition to market economy and integration with Western European economic structures over the past decades. For others, Central Europe appears as a divided and partly marginalised region where ideas for the future of Europe are hard to find and political stability is only achievable at the cost of national populism.
Apparently, today’s Europe calls for a new reflection on Central Europe, and this book lives up to this need.
Sixteenth volume of the European Core Library edited by Jacek Purchla.