28 Nov 2013

The Visegrad Group and Germany: Towards a new paradigm

Michal Šimečka

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In surveying the strategic realignment now underway in Central Europe among the four members of the Visegrad Group, Michal Simecka observes in a new CEPS Commentary that it is hard to think of another point in modern history that permitted a scenario of Germany and its eastern neighbours working together to constructively shape Europe.

Michal Simecka is a Visiting Researcher at CEPS.

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