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Az Elemző - Közép és kelet-európai politikai és gazdasági szemle
The Analyst - Central and Eastern European Review

Publishing House: Globális Tudás Alapítvány
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Social Sciences
Frequency: 4 issues
ISSN: 1784-0356
Status: Ceased Publication

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Short Description

The Analyst is meant to fill in a gap in the media. Those who started this quarterly had thought there was a need for a periodical review covering the issues of the international environment of Hungary. In this broader neighbourhood, called Central Eastern Europe in a little bit exaggerated way, there are EU-members, candidates for accession and countries which obviously want to move towards the European Union in the long run. Everything that happens in and to these countries is important for us. Targets of The Analyst are the countries from the Baltic states to the Balkans, their domestic situation, their interests - often either common or colliding -, as well as international impacts which influence the fate of this zone in a global world. In accordance with its title, this quarterly wants to analyze politics, economy, social and security issues, facts and trends thoroughly and deeply in an objective way. For obvious reasons, these issues will be followed with a special attention whenever Hungary is concerned. But The Analyst wants to be more than a special quality source for readers focussing on Hungary. We hope that those who are keenly interested in Central Eastern Europe, either from inside or from outside of the region, will find this quarterly a real help.