Grigorij Mesežnikov's articles now on Deconspirator.com

Deconspirator.com has recently published an analysis of the context of the Slovak response to the tragedy in Oslo and Utoya. The analysis is carried out by the president of the Institute for Public Affairs.

Grigorij Mesežnikov: Norwegian Tragedy and Slovakia

The analyses published on Deconspirator.com are the outputs of a project called Combating Antisemitic Conspiracy Theories as Tools for Extremist Political Mobilization – Research, Awareness-Raising and Education. The project is organized by IVO, together with a Hungarian think-tank Political Capital and their partner organizations in Poland, France and Norway. 

Other articles:

July 2012 - Grigorij Mesežnikov: The Three Faces of Anti-Semitism in Slovakia
(Analysis of the Anti-Semitism in Slovak politics and public discourse in Slovakia, as it emerged in the democratic transition since 1990)

June 2012 - Grigorij Mesežnikov: Slovak Parliamentary Elections 2012: Is Radical Nationalism Rising or on the Decline?
(Analysis of the nationalist policy in the context of the early 2012 parliamentary elections in Slovakia)

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V4 is primarily based on cooperation in the domain of politics. But how is it perceived by the inhabitants of individual countries? 

What encourages some actors to promote ties with a declining power with aggressive foreign policy and undemocratic regime?

Visegrad Four as Viewed by the Public
Who Is Playing Russian Roulette in Slovakia

Socio-economic aspect of migration, aspect of integration of migrants and refugees and domestic political aspect of migration in V4.

Political leaders have undermined the public perception of unanimity. V4 countries have been divided on certain aspects of the conflict.

Phantom Menace. The Politics and Policies of Migration in Central Europe
Diverging Voices, Converging Policies. V4 Reactions to the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Historical, political and ideological aspects of the right-wing extremism in central Europe.

Book on new political parties in Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland.

Extremism vs. Democracy in Central Europe: Issues, Experiences, Challenges
Alternative Politics? The Rise of New Political Parties in Central Europe

Collection of analytical studies from experts from Great Britain, France, Norway, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

Confronting the dark sides of the past and considering the participation of Christians in public life.

Conspiracy Theories in Europe
Tiso's Ghost in 2016 Slovakia
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