On Tuesday, 30 May, a demonstration took place in Prague. The demonstrators were protesting against the deployment of a US military base in Czechia, which is a symbolic issue for more than one reason.
A tense demonstration took place in Prague on 30 May when hundreds of people gathered in
Polish President Andrzej Duda has signed and then proposed to amend a law establishing a state commission of inquiry to investigate and uncover Russian influence in Poland between 2007 and 2022. The news of the commission has caused a stir: the Polish opposition says that this plan is only intended
The coronation of Britain’s monarch, Charles III, a few weeks ago attracted huge attention around the world. Many celebrated the preservation of a historic tradition in the 21st century, while others took a more critical view. This renewed spotlight on the British royal family has once again thrust the
The 21st century has undoubtedly put religion in a new perspective: while Christian communities took the continuation of tradition for granted a few decades ago, today’s youth started to question the importance of religiosity, not to mention the religious institutions’ moral integrity. Poland is no exception; the Central European
Probably we missed the momentum—told Aleksandar Nacev, an expert from North Macedonia to Hype&Hyper, about the EU integration of the Western Balkans. Interview about the enlargement fatigue, the Bulgarian blackmailing, and the NATO enlargement.
The European integration process of the Western Balkans got very slow in the past
We live in a post-democracy where major decisions are not made at home but somewhere else—says Václav Klaus, former president of the Czech Republic, who also appoints that Russia was provoked to start the invasion of Ukraine. Our interview on Hype&Hyper.
Mr. Klaus, you served as Prime Minister
Interview with Daniel Höltgen, representative of the Council of Europe, about human rights, democracy, and the rule of law in turbulent times of war, violation of law, and a shaking global order.
In 1949, the Council of Europe was created to defend and promote the rule of law, democracy, and
280 million people are at risk of starvation in Africa. There have been six military coups in West Africa in the last two years. Three experts discussed the international political situation.
Viktor Marsai, Head of Research at the Migration Research Institute in Budapest, focused on Africa’s grain crisis as
The registration is still open for Karpacz Economic Forum. Do not miss the opportunity to discover the potential of our region in the heart of Europe, Hypeandhyper will be there!
The Economic Forum is the largest and the most important conference in Central and Eastern Europe. For 30 years now,
The 31st Economic Forum in Karpacz is the largest meeting platform in Central and Eastern Europe, where our future is being built. The event will take place in Poland from 6 to 8 September.
The 31st Economic Forum in Karpacz is the largest meeting platform in Central and Eastern Europe,
Western sanctions with severe consequences, partially failed military operations, unrealistic superpower aspirations, and shrinking room for maneuver. We discussed these issues of the Russo-Ukrainian war, among other things, with Máté György Vigóczki, a Russia expert.
Six months have passed since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began. The Russians launched a
“I see that the only way how to speak with Russia is from the position of power” – told Sigita Struberga to Hypeandhyper, the Secretary-General of the Latvian Transatlantic Organisation. Interview on cyber-security, integration of Russian speaking minorities in Latvia, war and geopolitics and Russian disinformation in the Baltics.
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