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By publishing analyses, interviews and commentaries by world-renowned professionals as well as Central European journalists and scholars, the Aspen Review quarterly presents current issues to the general public in the Aspenian way by adopting unusual approaches and unique viewpoints.
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Current issue - 02/2017

Generation Lost & Found

Visegrad Youth refuse to become their parents and don't care about Fukuyama's liberal end of history. Young people vote significantly less than Generation X and grasp the revolutionary year of 1989 as simply another historical event. Still, they seek for happiness at super competitive European single market. Let them live their dreams. Let them grow up for politics.
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  • Generation Lost & Found

    02/2017 - Current Issue
  • Losing Trust in Media

    01/2017
  • Silk Road to Europe

    04/2016
  • Narrative of Innovation

    03/2016
  • Barbarians of Central Europe?

    02/2016
  • Institutions In Crisis

    01/2016
  • Creative Industries

    04/2015
  • Education: Thinking and Skills

    03/2015
  • State vs. Economy

    02/2015
  • Left is Back

    01/2015
  • Digital Agenda

    04/2014
  • The Rise of Illiberalism

    03/2014
  • Central Europe Re-enters History

    02/2014
  • Breakup of Europe

    01/2014
  • The End of Bipolarity

    04/2013
  • Can Europe Ever Be a Superpower

    03/2013
  • Creative Cities

    02/2013
  • Renationalisation

    01/2013
  • Are We Safe?

    02/2012
  • Stronger Germany In Weaker Europe

    01/2012