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ECFR: The Nightmare Of The Dark - The Security Fears That Keep Europeans Awake At Night

European Council on Foreign Relations issued an analysis shortly after the NATO Brussels 2018 Summit on the perceived security threats by the EU. Our director Vladimír Bartovic contributed with the Czech perspective.

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The Future of Transatlantic Relations in Light of President Trump

Moving the country in a path of isolation, Trump has diluted European allies’ confidence that the United States is a reliable partner in upholding commitments and agreements.

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What do the United States mid-term elections mean for Europe?

Our Rachel Warren analyses, in her latest blog, the round of mid-term elections that were just held in the US.

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The V4 on Defence: The Art of Disagreement

Our Martin Michelot has authored an article for European Leadership Network on PESCO, its advantages and the V4 perspective.

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Is Germany too much for us?

Edit Inotai, as part of the project Think Visegrad, published a policy brief on the role of Germany within the EU and towards the V4 countries.

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What Role for the Czech Republic in EU Military Missions?

Ondřej Ditrych explores, in his latest policy paper, the role of the Czech Republic in EU military missions, seeking to capture how recent strategic trends play out for the Czech Republic.

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New MFF – Three Comments on the Rule of Law Provision

Our Vít Havelka explores the first draft of the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework and a special provision ensuring that the beneficiary countries respect financial management and Rule of Law.

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Europe on Populism: Policies of intolerance should not be tolerated

Our Rachel Warren analyzes in her latest blog the rise of populist tendencies in European politics.

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New CENS publication: Policy Paper on regional cooperation in Central and South Eastern Europe

In a new CENS publication, our Zuzana Stuchlíková discusses conservatism in the Visegrad Group, particularly the Czech Republic, and the potential of Visegrad as a conservative coalition.

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Renewable energy potential in the Czech Republic: Obstacles to achieve it

Viktória Pokorná wrote a policy paper on the topic "Renewable energy potential in the Czech Republic: Obstacles to achieve it", which will serve as a background material for the fifth debate from our project Prague Climate Talks. The event will take place on June 5th, 2018 in Brno.

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