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Same-sex marriage in Germany: A lost vote for Merkel, or a part of canny politics?

In her latest blog, our Elli Hoai Anh analyzes the vote on same-sex marriage in Germany from a standpoint of Merkel's party politics.

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The Consequences of Climate Change – Will Russia Emerge as an Unlikely Winner from Lack of Action?

Our Alžběta Jurčová analyses in her new blog the consequences of climate change in context of Russia.

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Reforming the Common European Asylum Policy (CEAS)

Christian Kvorning Lassen has analyzed in his latest policy paper how the Common European Asylum System works and to what extent the treatment of asylum seekers and the rate of recognition of applications vary in practice between EU members.

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Can EU Leadership on Climate Change Unite the Fragmented Union?

Christian Kvorning Lassen's newest policy paper on combatting the climate change will serve as the background material for the very first debate from our pilot project Prague Climate Talks: 'Paris Agreement and changing geopolitics,' taking place on June 21st, 2017, at the European house.

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UK's Official Negotiation Strategy over Brexit: What We Know So Far

Monika Brusenbauch Meislová analyzes, in her latest blog, the official strategies of the British Government for the upcoming Brexit negotiations.

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The Waxing and Waning of EU-US Love Story

Our Jakub Malhocký analyses in his new blog the first official visit of president Donald Trump in Europe.

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Desperate gamble or strategic move by the Czech Prime minister?

Our Hanka Fridrichová analyses, in her new blog, the ongoing political crisis in the Czech Republic that is confusing both analysts and citizens.

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Martin Michelot's French elections spotlight

Our Deputy Director's takes on the French presidential elections, in chronological order and continuously updated.

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The change in the balance of power after Brexit

Our Brussels Office Intern Emiel Dijkman focuses in his blog on the change in the balance of European power after the UK decided in their referendum to leave the Union.

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The New Silk Road Controversy and the Beijing Summit

In her new blog, Hanka Burešová analyses the upcoming summit in Beijing from the perspective of China's OBOR project and its developments towards the EU.

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