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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INVITATION: 15 + 15 years of freedom

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and Festival of Democracy would like to cordially invite you to the discussion "15 + 15 years of freedom", which takes place on Sunday, October 13th.

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Room for Discussion: Reciprocity or Domination? Alexandr Lagazzi in the discussion on China–EU relations

On September 19, our Alexandr Lagazzi took part in a discussion from Room for Discussion series at the University of Amsterdam. He and Ties Dams, author of a book about Chinese President Xi Jinping, answered several questions regarding diplomatic and economic relations between China and EU.

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Evaluation of the Czech EU policy in 2018

Vít Havelka and Louis Cox-Brusseau published a policy paper evaluating the Czech EU policy in 2018

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POLICY PAPER: Europe can spearhead a new cycle in transatlantic relations, not President Trump

Our Martin Michelot authored a new policy paper on the transatlantic relations as part of our project Transatlantic Policy Forum (TAPF).

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ESJ: Nová hedvábná stezka na západním Balkáně a role čínských investic

Our Alexandr Lagazzi was speaking with a redactor of the server ESJ about Balcans and a Chinese influence there.

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British politicians made Farage’s 2019 European election campaign easy

Our Jirka Lacina wrote a blog on Nigel Farage's EP election bid.

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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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IFAT: How Could the European Elections Reshape Central Europe’s Role in the EU?

Our Zuzana Stuchlíková contributed to the latest issue of the 4:1 project of the Hungarian Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT), whose topic was "How Could the European Elections Reshape Central Europe’s Role in the EU?".

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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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