The New Presence was a member of the Eurozine network from December 2003 to June 2008.
It is a central European quarterly English-language journal, and is devoted to exploring current political, social, economic, and cultural issues as they relate to the region. In analytical articles that touch on the political, social, economic, scientific, and cultural spheres of life in the region, we seek to inform as well as engage the reader in affairs concerning central Europe. Our authors range from former Czech president Vaclav Havel and political analyst Jacques Rupnik, to noted poet Michael March. Our readers range from EU officials and ambassadors to journalists and students. The New Presence is published in Prague and distributed throughout the world.
Articles published in Eurozine
Are countries that adhere to Enlightenment values and institutional norms, but that are not geographically part of Europe, also to be considered European? [more]
In the globalized world, international law is taking on an increasingly significant role. The "war on terror" and the Israel-Lebanon conflict are its newest tests of resolve. [more]
Despite its unfeasible ideology, the Czech Communist Party attracted 13 per cent of the vote in the recent elections, posing problems for potential coalition partners. [more]
Preventing the threat of nuclear terrorism demands multilateral responses. [more]