EU MONITOR: Czech Republic vis-à-vis climate change: critical dilemmas ahead?

Our Milan Urbaník is the author of our latest EU monitor on the Czech Republic's relation to climate change. Its aim is to explore where the key dilemmas lay and what trade-offs need to be made in terms of climate change.

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INVITATION: The Path to Peace: Ending the Conflict in Ukraine

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy cordially invites you to a documentary screening and a debate. The event will take place on November 26 from 2 PM in European House (Jungmannova 24, Praha 1).

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Making NATO Great Again

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and the Center for European Policy Analysis would like to invite you to a discussion on the topic "Making NATO Great Again" on October 30 at 16:30 in American Prague Center (Tržiště 366/13, Praha – Malá Strana).

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15. Cafe Evropa in regions - Brno: Cyber attacks and misinformation

Come and sit with us in the format of debates Café Evropa, organized by the European Commission in the Czech Republic and EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy in cooperation with Europe Direct Brno and Eurocentrum Brno.

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EU Monitor: The Amazon Wildfires and Environmental Conservation: What Can the EU do?

Helder Hermani published a EU Monitor in which he focuses on the ways EU can contribute to the conservation of Amazon rainforests. He provides analysis and proposes 5 specific steps.

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Climate diplomacy: actions for strengthening the EU leadership role in forest protection and sustainable development

In the latest blog, Helder Hermani writes about the ways of protection of the Amazon rainforest and environment in general by the European Union as well as other actors.

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Support to independent reporting on Serbia’s EU integration process with focus on the Chapters 23 and 24

We are proud to conduct a project focused on support to independent Serbian journalists reporting on Serbia’s EU integration process and specifically the obstacles in the key Chapters 23 and 24 which is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.

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Analysis Of the Activity Of the Czech MEPs During the 2014–2019 Term

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.

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Chinese Influence in the Western Balkans: An Annual Review

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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Western Balkans in the loop: Reshaping regional cooperation in times of uncertainty

Gentiola Madhi authored, within the Think Visegrad Non-V4 Fellowship programme, an analysis on the state of the affairs of regional cooperation in the Western Balkans.

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