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EU MONITOR: Has the time come for a Czech Regional Policy?

Over the past 5 years, the Czech Republic has experienced unprecedented GDP growth, moving the country from 83% of EU average GDP in 2013 to 91% of the EU average GDP in 2019. At the same time, the Czech wage increased by more than 7% in 2013 in the last three years. This phenomenon is addressed by our Vít Havelka in the latest issue of the EU Monitor.

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Czechs and the EU Brand: How do Czechs feel about the EU and what could change their mind?

This study is mainly based on a series of 12 brief surveys by Behavio research agency and on longitudinal research by STEM Institute for Empirical Research. The expert’s inputs were provided by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.

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POLICY PAPER: Challenges in the Transatlantic Partnership: Are We Drifting Apart?

During November 2019, EUROPEUM co-organized the second Transatlantic Policy Forum along with CEPA, a leading US think-tank. The private roundtable provided a unique opportunity for candid and open discussion about the issues that are at the heart of transatlantic cooperation. Our research fellow Martin Michelot concluded a debrief and analysis of these debates.

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Green Deal for Europe: Can big dreams be translated into reality?

Our Kateřina Davidová analyzes, in her latest blog, the state of the affairs of the Green Deal for Europe.

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EU MONITOR: The EU invests very little in culture but the results are visible

The European Commission proposed in May 2018 to continue implementing the Creative Europe programme even more in the next budgetary period 2021-2027. This problematics is the main topic of Karel Barták's latest EU Monitor.

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EU Climate Policy as a challenge for Central Europe

Will the V4 countries stand together while negotiating the climate policies, or will the differences in their energy mixes send each of them in a different way? What are the reasons for Polish hesitant stance on 2050 climate neutrality? These and other questions are answered in the policy paper by Ryszarda Formuszewicz, which she published as part of the Think Visegrad platform.

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Myths and realities of an East-West divide in EU policymaking: A case study of V4’s approach to the 2019 Spitzenkandidaten selection process

Zuzana Podracká published a policy paper as a part of Think Visegrad platform, in which she focused on the V4’s approach to the 2019 Spitzenkandidaten selection process.

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Representation of the regions in the European Union: the V4 experience

Due to their close contact with citizens, regional and local authorities are usually the best informed on their needs. But is the voice of the regions and its citizens heard in Brussels? What options do the local governments have when pursuing their interests? And what is the situation like in V4 countries? Patrik Kováč answers these and many more questions in his policy paper as part of Think Visegrad Platform.

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EU MONITOR: MFF Negotiations: What Czechs think of the latest development

In his monitor, Vít Havelka explored the Czech position regarding the latest development in the Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF) negotiations.

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How electromobility can drive Visegrad cooperation

Bartosz Bieliszczuk published a policy paper as a part of Think Visegrad platform, in which he focused on electromobility in V4 countries.

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