Our Alexandr Lagazzi and Michal Vít, in a joint policy paper, present a year-long reflection on Chinese foreign policy and backdoor-deals diplomacy in the Western Balkans.
Analysing the implementation of Chinese-backed investment projects in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, the paper suggests the impact of Chinese influence in the region.
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We are proud to present the eight event from our project Prague Climate Talks, which will take place on May 13, 2019 at 16:00 in the European House in Prague.Show more PDF
EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, the Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU and the Delegation of Prague to the EU cordially invite you to a panel discussion followed by a light refreshment and a glass of wine.Show more PDF
EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, KohoVolit.eu and Demagog.cz invite you to the "Disinformation and fake news" workshop, which will take place on Thursday, 16 April from 9:30AM to 5PM in the building of the Regional Authority of the Hradec Králové Region (Pivovarské nám. 1245; room 443).Show more
We are happy to announce the continuation of the Prague Climate Talks project – a platform for high-level discussion on the complex issue of climate change. The project will again host a series of debates with experts, professionals from varying relevant fields and the general public.Show more
EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy organizes its 17th European Summer School - this time focused on current issues that the European Union faces, including the reform processes and the position of Central European countries.Show more PDF
We're delighted to announce that we are launching the project ''Save the European elections'' together with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung in Prague.Show more PDF
We are proud to announce that we will be organizing the project ''From Warsaw to Tirana: Overcoming the past together'', supported by the International Visegrad Fund.Show more
Vít Havelka and Zuzana Stuchlíková from EUROPEUM Institute for European policy conducted an analysis of the activity of the Czech MEPs during the 2014–2019 term. The analysis combines quantitative and qualitative methods of research (including the interviews). The text contains, for example, the factors influencing MEPs' success, the impact of the national interests on their work, evaluations and recommendations.Show more PDF
Štěpán Vaškevič in his policy paper examines an often neglected activity in climate policies - waste management and its impact on climate change. How is the Czech republic really standing when it comes to this phenomena? And what are the further perspectives?Show more PDF
Vladimír Bartovic, Christian Kvorning Lassen, Zuzana Stuchlíková, Louis Cox-Brusseau, Vít Havelka and Kateřina Davidová reacted to the Summit in Sibiu 2019.Show more PDF
Our Zuzana Stuchlíková contributed to the latest issue of the 4:1 project of the Hungarian Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT), whose topic was "How Could the European Elections Reshape Central Europe’s Role in the EU?".Show more PDF
News site of the Slovak news agency TASR published an interview with our Zuzana Stuchlíková.Show more
The results of a poll about the attitude of the Czechs towards the EU was published on the site of the Hospodářské noviny daily, IHNED.cz. This poll was conducted by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy along with Behavio and STEM research institute.Show more
Vít Havelka was speaking in the broadcasting of the Czech television about the summit of the EU in Romanian Sibiu.Show more
Our Vladimir Bartovic was speaking about the recent municipal elections in England and in the Northern Ireland and about current political situation in the UK.Show more