The Economic Standard: V4 countries diverge on European defense initiatives, but still have a lot to offer

Our Gergely Varga wrote an article for the Economic Standard about the V4 Countries and their diverge on European defense initiatives

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Good practices and lessons learned from the Visegrad Four and Western Balkans

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy in association with Research Center of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, European Movement in Serbia, WiseEuropa Institute and Academy of European Integration and Negotiation published final Policy Paper about good practices and lessons learned from the Visegrad Four and Western Balkans.

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The V4 and the European Defence Initiatives

Gergely Varga published an interesting policy paper as a part of Think Visegrad platform. He focused on the differences in approaches of V4 countries towards EU and NATO, while also finding common traits which could serve as valuable inputs to the discussion about the future of European defence.

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INVITATION: Implications of Brexit for EU Decision Making

The Think Visegrad Platform and EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy cordially invite you to an expert discussion titled: "Implications of Brexit for EU Decision Making"

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The European Union in Central Asia: Balancing Competing Actors and Opportunities for the V4 Countries

As a part of the Think Visegrad platform, Alica Kizeková published a policy paper about European Union's strategy in the Central Asia and the opportunities for Visegrad Four countries.

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An Inhospitable Climate: Why the V4 Needs to Wake Up on Climate Security

Louis Cox-Brusseau published a policy brief "Inhospitable Climate: Why the V4 Needs to Wake Up on Climate Security".

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REPORT: The Visegrad Four and Germany: which shared priorities in the next Commission?

The panel discussion titled “The Visegrad Four and Germany: which shared priorities in the next Commission?” took place on Wednesday, 16th October 2019 at the Fondation Universitaire in Brussels. In the light of discussions about the incoming Commission, the event asked the question of whether we will see unity on certain issues between the countries of the Visegrad Four (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia) and Germany.

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Report: European Summer School 2019 "Europe Restart

In July 2019, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy organized already the seventeenth annual European Summer School in Prague. This year’s programme was focused on the challenges that the European Union is currently facing, particularly from the perspective of Central European countries.

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INVITATION: The Visegrad Four and Germany: which shared priorities in the next Commission?

We are honoured to invite you to a debate organized by our Brussels office titled 'The Visegrad Four and Germany: which shared priorities in the next Commission?' The event will take place at Fondation Universitaire in Brussels on October 16. You can look forward to 4 expert speakers, including one MEP. Read the whole article to find out their names and get more information.

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Het Financieele Dagblad: Why Czechs do not believe in closer European integration?

In their series, the Dutch newspaper focuses on local eurosceptic tendencies in the countries of the Visegrad group. Christian Lassen and Vít Havelka commented on the current state of affairs in the Czech Republic.

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