In the aftermath of our public debate titled "The year 1968: Czech-Polish reflection – shared experience, shared enemy?'' that took place in the framework of the Czech-Polish Forum project, nine essays by Czech and Polish authors were published and are available right now.Read more event
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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French Institute in Prague in cooperation with our think tank will host a first debate from this year's cycle "1968-2018 Paris to Prague: Rebelling Europe".Show more
In the aftermath of our public debate titled "The year 1968: Czech-Polish reflection – shared experience, shared enemy?'' that took place in the framework of the Czech-Polish Forum project, nine essays by Czech and Polish authors were published and are available right now.Show more PDF
After the launch of the publication "Transregional versus national perspectives on Contemporary Central European History", which took place on December 15, 2017 in Bratislava, the book is now available to order!Show more PDF
The report from the conference ''Quo Vadis Eastern Partnership? A Retrospective Look Into The Future'', which took place on November 23, 2017 in Brussels, is now available.Show more PDF
EUROPEUM organizes its 16th European Summer School - this time focused on the future developments of the EU. Early-bird discounts are prepared for those who apply before January 31.Show more PDF
We are proud to announce that we are among the organizers of the project ''Charting a new path for a reinforced and improved V4-France cooperation'', supported by the International Visegrad Fund.Show more
We are proud to be partners of CIVPOL, a project that aims to indetify the role and actions of the V4 countries regarding the management of the migration crisis within the region, and to give recommendations for future assistance in connection with border management, humanitarian/ethnic-religious issues and legal undertakings.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
Our Benedetta Fornaciari da Passano in her Brussels Monitor analyses the European Agenda on Migration and examines the problem of a common migration policy in the EU.Show more PDF
Our Benedetta Fornaciari da Passano in her new policy brief analyses the local situation in Myanmar connected with the discrimination of the Rohingya minority. She also tries to define the position of the EU and its possible engagement in the crisis.Show more PDF
Our Benedetta Fornaciari da Passano in her newest blog analyses the Permanent Structured Cooperation on security and defence (PESCO) and its impact on migration.Show more
How big is the importance of EU-Ukraine Association Agreement for Ukraine? What is the role of Russia in this case? Nelly Tomčíková and her view for Slovak newspaper Hlavné Správy.Show more
"Why are the Czechs the most Eurosceptic in Europe after the Greeks?" Martin Michelot for the French Le Monde.Show more
Our Alexandr Lagazzi in cooperation with Tomáš Jungwirth published for iDNES.cz a commentary about the upcoming parliamentary elections in Italy and its impact on migration policy.Show more
Andrej Babis visited Slovakia for the first time as a Prime minister. During his journey he will visit his hometown and he will meet the his counterpart Robert Fico, who is Prime minister of Slovakia.Show more