University students from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia will meet their peers from Moldova in a live debate on 5 November, 2014 at 10.00 am. The teams from […]
Eduard Kukan, member of the European Parliament and the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovakia, and Iulian Groza, State Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration […]
So, the fact that the idea of creating closer cooperation among Central European countries is closely connected with the idea of a “return to Europe “ – because as we know, when the V4 was established, political leaders of the Visegrad countries faced several important challenges, first of all, they wanted to overcome their communist heritage and artificial division of the European continent – is very proper for our country.
Republic of Moldova
Author: Dorina Pralea
University: Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Faculty of International Economic Relations, 3rd year.
“…the experience of Visegrad Countries in very important for Republic of Moldova , because we can learn more efficient about the reforms and improvement made by these states to become EU members. Furthermore , we can benefit from the support of these states , their assistance in many domains is so indispensable . We could reform our justice and economy consulting our friends.
Republic of Moldova
Author: Augustin Ignatov
University: Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, International Economic Relationship, 1st year
Moldova (as well as other V4 countries before) needs to have stable institutions guaranteeing democracy, a functioning market economy and the ability to adopt the obligations of membership.
Author: Petra Kytková
University: The University of Economics in Prague, Faculty of International Relations, Master’s degree
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 […]
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 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
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)