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New Eastern Europe
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A bimonthly news magazine dedicated to Central and Eastern European Affairs.
A bimonthly news magazine dedicated to Central and Eastern European Affairs.

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The cover of the March-April 2016 issue of New Eastern Europe.
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Our new issue is now available where we debate the future of #Europe! Learn more here:

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Issue 1 2016: Losing Focus? Eastern Fatigue vs. Reality
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Our newest issue is out! Learn how to get your copy... #Russia #Ukraine #Moldova #Transnistria #Romania #Poland #History #EasternEurope 

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"Populists are not only in Eastern Europe" - an interview with Martin Ehl, chief international editor of the Czech daily Hospodářské noviny.
http://neweasterneurope.eu/interviews/1776-populists-are-not-only-in-eastern-europe

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This issue of New Eastern Europe attempts to add a deeper dimension to the migration waves taking place in Europe.
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Western partners are so desperate to see Belarusian leadership at least as a neutral player, that they would blindly follow the empty rhetoric of Lukashenka, rather than analyse the grim military reality: http://neweasterneurope.eu/articles-and-commentary/1773-orwell-s-belarus

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This issue of New Eastern Europe attempts to add a deeper dimension to the migration waves taking place in Europe. Our authors discuss the primary topic, which are the various reactions and perspectives towards the refugee situation including countries like Poland, Germany, Hungary and Croatia. But the issue digs even deeper and looks at other viewpoints such as the internally displaced people in Ukraine as a result of the unrest and instability in the east of the country or the fact the Russia is experiencing one of the largest waves of emigration in recent history. This wave is directly tied to the hopelessness felt in Russia among those in civil society and the middle class. The November-December issue also presents a relatively unknown side to the story: forced migrations taking place in Belarus, a country which has one of the worst track records for human trafficking.

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One of the outcomes of the ongoing migrant crisis in Europe is that Central Europe has been more frequently labeled as Eastern Europe in the public debate. In a way, the migrant crisis has damaged the reputation of Central Europe. 
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