Visegrad Foreign Policy Trends - Country reports available

January 11, 2016

Our partner, the Association for International Affairs (AMO) in Prague has published the four country analyses written in the framework of the "Trend of Visegrad Foreign Policy" project CENS has been participating in. The country papers, written on the case of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland, highlight and explain some of the key findings of an international survey that was conducted between July and September 2015 among the foreign policy communities of the four Visegrad countries. The papers were published with the support of the Open Society Foundations.

The Hungarian analysis, written by CENS researcher Zsuzsanna Végh, has been republished in CENS's EU Frontiers series and is available attached and here.

All papers are available on AMO's website on the below links:

Czech Republic: Vít Dostál - Czech Republic in the Unsecure World: What Does the Foreign Policy Community Think?

Hungary: Zsuzsanna Végh - What Do Hungarian Foreign Policy Stakeholders Think?

Slovakia: Andrej Chovan - Slovak Foreign Policy Thinking in the Run up to the EU Council Presidency

Poland: Łukasz Wenerski - Polish Foreign Policy: Challenging Years Have Come