New Eastern Europe

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New Eastern Europe
Editor-in-chief Adam Reichardt
CategoriesPolitical news magazine
Frequency Bimonthly
Circulation 5,000
PublisherJan Nowak-Jezioranski
College of Eastern Europe in Wrocław
European Solidarity Centre
Year founded2011;10 years ago (2011)
Based in Kraków, Poland
ISSN 2083-7372

New Eastern Europe is a bimonthly political news magazine based in Krakow, Poland. The magazine covers articles about the news and affairs related to central and eastern Europe. [1]


History and profile

New Eastern Europe, headquartered in Krakow, was first published in 2011. [2] The magazine provides news and opinion articles on former Eastern Bloc countries. [3] The publishers are The Jan Nowak-Jezioranski College of Eastern Europe and the European Solidarity Centre. [3] The magazine is published bimonthly in English. [4]

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