by Anne Nivat Promoting Understanding Among the Visegrad Countries “The average Gazeta Wyborcza reader is not an international-affairs specialist or a fanatic of Czech, Slovak, or Hungarian domestic politics,” notes Adam Michnik, director and editor in chief of the internationally respected Polish daily. “In terms of foreign policy, most readers favor either provincialism or internationalism. […]

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