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Central Europe is no longer a place of tragedy.

October 31, 2013 0 comments

However the future plays out, Central Europe is no longer a place of tragedy. But its velvet power is about more than accumulated lessons on the mechanics of democratic transition. It is about under-utilized intellectual potential and capacity for compassionate communication, once applied by Havelesque “cultural intellectuals,” a unique breed of policymakers often jailed or otherwise persecuted under communism, who came to wield political power despite their subconscious rejection of it. Capitalizing on this legacy of political imagination could allow Central Europeans to find a long-term vision for Europe’s foreign and security policy with a motivating power similar to that of a

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