About L. Kotulová

Lucia Kotulová is a master candidate in International Relations at Central European University in Vienna/Budapest. She has completed her bachelor's degree at Masaryk University Brno in International Relations and Russian Language and Literature. While studying at Masaryk University she spent a semester at Moscow State Institute of International Relations. Her main areas of interest are Foreign Policy Analysis, Central Europe, in particular the Visegrád States and Russian Foreign Policy. She is a volunteer for Domka Youth organization in Slovakia, which works with Slovakian Youth.

Lithuania: A Country with Strong Support of Belarusian Civil Society

After the controversial Belarusian general elections in August 2020, Lithuania [...]

By |2020-09-23T08:49:55+02:0024. September 2020|Categories: Articles|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Lithuania: A Country with Strong Support of Belarusian Civil Society

What is the Hungarian “enabling act”, why is it controversial and what is the EU’s response?

Around two months ago, Hungarian Parliament has passed a law [...]

By |2020-06-10T12:49:36+02:0012. June 2020|Categories: Background Knowledge|Tags: , , |Comments Off on What is the Hungarian “enabling act”, why is it controversial and what is the EU’s response?

Slovakia ‘s response to COVID-19 appears to be bearing its fruits

Despite the weak and badly prepared health-care system, Slovakia has [...]

By |2020-05-26T10:42:04+02:0027. May 2020|Categories: Commentaries|Tags: , |Comments Off on Slovakia ‘s response to COVID-19 appears to be bearing its fruits

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