We would like to invite you to the public debate that is part of the series Café Evropa, which will take place in České Budějovice.
Radka Maxová and Lukáš Zelený will discuss the dual food quality which poses a problem for the Eastern European countries.
We would like to cordially invite you to the public launch of the publication:
"Transregional versus national perspectives on Contemporary Central European History" which will take place on December 15, 2017 in Bratislava.
Our Alexandr Lagazzi and Michal Vít, in a joint policy paper, focused on Chinese foreign policy and backdoor-deals diplomacy in the Western Balkans.
Following on-the-ground research on the actual implementation of investment projects in Serbia and other Western Balkans countries,
the paper analyzes the impact of Chinese influence in the region.
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We would like to cordially invite you to the public launch of the publication "Transregional versus national perspectives on Contemporary Central European History" which will take place on December 15, 2017 in Bratislava.Show more PDF
We would like to invite you to the public debate titled "The year 1968: Czech-Polish reflection - shared experience, shared enemy?" which will take place on December 12, 2017 in Prague.Show more PDF
We would like to invite you to the public debate titled "Crime and punishment - What did the migration crises take and bring to the Western Balkans and the Czech Republic?" which will take place on December 11, 2017 in Brno.Show more PDF
On October 9, 2017 an international conference “Old and new EU engines: Shifting Power and Strategic Alternatives for EU and V4 after Brexit” took place. Our Zuzana Stichlíková contributed with her speech regarding the influence of Brexit on the Czech Republic.Show more
The 15th annual European Summer School took place in July 2017 in Prague and we were happy to welcome there 20 students from over 10 different countries. This year’s academic program was focused on the multiple challenges EU is facing at the moment.Show more
Last week, the tenth year of our project EuropaSecura was marked by a nationwide final round of the competition, taking place in a military base in Brdy. The competing students got to experience what the representatives of the European Union are facing during a crisis situation, as well as learned how diplomatic negotiations take place within the EU and NATO.Show more
We are proud to present our pilot project aimed at establishing a platform for continued high-level discussion on the complex issue of climate change: Prague Climate Talks. The project will host a series of debates with experts, professionals from varying relevant fields and the general public.Show more PDF
Our Miroslava Pěčková in her newest piece deals with the issue of relocation of the two European agencies that are going to be leaving London as a consequence of Brexit.Show more
Our Camilla Arancio in her new blog focused on the causes and impacts of the migration crisis in the context of the EU.Show more
Monika Brusenbauch Meislová wrote a policy paper on the topic "A Breath of Fresh Air, or the Winds of Change? CFSP after Brexit and Strategic Challenges for the Czech Republic." which deals with the European Security and Foreign Policy after the departure of the UK from the EU and the consequences for the Czech Republic.Show more PDF
Jan Trojáček, in his new blog, focused on the Austrian parliamentary election and the future political development of the country.Show more
Our director Vladimír Bartovic commented for Studio ČT24 the state of the European Union in the context of Brexit negotiations.Show more
Our Christian Kvorning Lassen explained for Slovak RTVS why is almost every fourth appeal against the ruling of the immigration office successful.Show more
Our director Vladimír Bartovic for ČT24 commented on the negotiation position of the Czech Republic in the context of the prosecution of the country by the European Court.Show more
Our Vladimír Bartovic in an interview for E15 stated, that Czech Republic was arrogant when refusing the quota system for relocation of asylum seekers and that the European Commission will win the trial.Show more