A Quarter-Century of the Visegrad Four
Added: February 18, 2016
A quarter-century after the signing of a treaty on closer cooperation between Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland on integration into European structures is a good time to consider whether and in what respects Central European cooperation has proven effective, in what ways it has not, and what kind of future it has in the European Union. Guests: Andrzej Jagodziński, Gyorgy Varga and Ladislav Snopko. Chair: Michael Žantovský.