Editor: Dániel Mikecz
Today, the Visegrad Group is viewed by many as Eurosceptic, retrograde cooperation platform of populists, illiberal-led countries, a counterforce to the European unity process. However, those familiar with the birth circumstances of this regional cooperation know that this has not been the case for a long time, nor is it condemned to be at present.
This publication is a journey from the origins, to the present and into the future of the Visegrad Group. The reader will understand where the Visegrad Group comes from and how it got to be a group of cooperation among populists. The authors analyse current developments and provide an optimistic vision of the future for the Visegrad Group.