The Federation of Central-East Europe in the Political Thought of Parisian 'Kultura' (Culture)
The most important imperative, which the magazine 'Kultura' (Culture) followed in its activity, was the rejection of the Soviet occupation of Central-East Europe. The foundations of the magazine's concept were always formed by the concern about safety of this European region and its free, democratic development. In the search for an answer to the question about possible freedom for the region, 'Kultura' reevaluated its own political concepts, modernized them and improved. Owing to this, the magazine managed to create its own school of political thought. Apart from global concepts, almost all eastern doctrines of 'Kultura' found their realization in reality. Assuming a strong, federated and united Europe, in which Germany would become incorporated into democratic federal institutions, the program of 'Kultura' projected the inclusion to it of the states of Central-East Europe and the activities in support of free Ukraine and Belarus with the prospects of including them, in a more distant future, in the structures of the European Union.
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