In this paper I describe some characteristics of the foreign trade of two European semi-peripheric regions: the Iberian countries (Spain and Portugal) and the Visegrád countries (Poland, Czechia, Slovakia, and Hungary). Based on the developments in the past decade, some conclusions can be drawn for the coronavirus crisis-effects. Visegrád countries
We started the Visegrad debates. 🤓
👉We would like to invite you to the first of them, during which we will discuss trends in Europe, V4 dependency on Germany and 16 years of regional economics in V4 🤓🇵🇱🇸🇰🇭🇺🇨🇿
Participants: prof. Bogdan Góralczyk, dr Dániel Kuttor and prof. András Inotai
Where do Hungarians come from? How was the Slovak language created? What do Poles and Czechs have in common? These and many other questions will be answered in our original series entitled "Visegrad curiosities".
On December 7 2019, a meeting was held to celebrate the first anniversary of Visegrad coetus! Together, we celebrated this unique and extremely important event for us in a nice, friendly atmosphere, full of interesting conversations about the future of Visegrad coetus and the Visegrad Group countries.
On October 30 2019, the Visegrad coetus Association participated in the debate around the report of prof. Bogdan Góralczyk "The Visegrad Group and the European Union. European policy in the programs of the main political parties in the Visegrad Group". The discussion touched on the problems of the internal split
The Visegrad coetus Scientific Council was set up on November 18, 2019, consisting scientists, specialists and researchers of: global challenges, European integration, political systems, contemporary history, the history of Poland and Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th century, Czech history, the Kingdom of Hungary, social and political life of