Debates of University students from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Moldova inspired the students to share their thoughts. Short essays show what they have to say on the […]
The key-question about Moldova’s commitment to the West or to the East in its foreign politics is noticeably controversial inside of the country.
Author: Petra Halkó
University: Corvinus University of Budapest, Faculty G, International Business
Moldovan chances of success depend heavily on its inner capacity to overcome the misfortunes of historic and geographical determinism.
Author: Mihail Popșoi
University: Central European University, Department of Public Policy, MA in European Public Policy
The Central European countries created the currently existing archetype of integrating into Euro-Atlantic structures by uniting the efforts of regional actors into a single strategy.
Author: Marin Danu
University: University of Pecs, Faculty of Humanities (Third Semester)
Moldovan politicians and influencers of policy should learn from Hungary by strengthening their systems of checks and balances.
Author: Péter Márton
University: Central European University (CEU), The Department of International Relations and European Studies (IRES)
Upcoming elections in Moldova will be the referendum on Moldova’s relations with the European Union and Russia.
Author: Vladislav Strnad
University: Central European University, Political Science, 2Y MA
VISEGRAD4 MOLDOVA ESSAY
Author: Lenka Fořtová
University: University, Faculty, Year: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of law, 5th year
One of the most important challenges for Moldovans will be the upcoming parliamentary elections. We believe that Moldova should send a strong message to the EU that it is still willing to remain on a path towards closer cooperation with the EU and even the ambition of membership.
Author: Klaudia Báňaiová
University: Matej Bel University, Faculty of Political Science and International Relations
In your opinion, are the countries of Visegrad well positioned for sharing their reform and integration experience with Moldova? Do you believe that there are areas where such experience may be valuable to Moldova? What would be your recommendations for governments of Moldova and Visegrad in this respect?
VISEGRADč MOLDOVA ESSAY
Author: Matej Benus
University: University of Matej Bel, Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations, 3rd year
The process of economic and political transformation did not undergo smoothly in V4 countries as well. However, this experience could serve as a prevention and “lesson learned” for Moldovan elites. Thus, sharing not only V4 success stories but also “failures” could be a useful example for Moldovan business, political and civil elites not to repeat the same mistakes.
Title: Current state and future of the Moldovan Euro-Integration
Author: Samuel Goda
University: Matej Bel University, FPS and IR, 3rd