INVITATION: Why do the Slovaks like the single currency and the Czechs do not? [Karviná]

We would like to cordially invite you to a debate on the single currency that will take place on Tuesday, October 16 in Karviná.

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Commentary: State of the Union Address 2018

Vladimír Bartovic, Martin Michelot, Zuzana Stuchlíková, Christian Kvorning Lassen, Vít Havelka, Jana Juzová, Alexandr Lagazzi and Kateřina Davidová react to Juncker's State of the Union Address 2018 from the perspective of the future of the EU and the Czech Republic's role in it.

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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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New MFF – Five Challenges for the Czech Republic

Our Vít Havelka analyzes, in his latest policy paper, the first draft of the new Multiannual Financial Framework – examining what it at stake for the Czech Republic.

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Europe awaits: German GroKo and what it means for European partners

The latest edition of our Brussels Monitor series and its authors Vít Havelka and Martin Michelot explore the impacts of German policy towards the EU after the forming of the Grand coalition.

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TA3: The background of Italian elections

Alexandr Lagazzi commented for TA3 the upcoming general election in Italy.

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Labour market reform and Visegrad countries: Deep rooted concerns and how to address them

Alena Kudzko, as part of the project Think Visegrad, published a policy brief concerning the ongoing labour market reforms in the EU and recommends steps to be taken for the CEE countries, not to end on the economic and political periphery of Europe.

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Preparations for the EU Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027 – chances and challenges for Central Europe

Andrzej Sadecki, as part of the project Think Visegrad, published an analysis of the Multiannual Financial Framework for the years 2021-2027. The possible impacts of Brexit have also been taken into account. Andrzej Sadecki brings recommendations for the negotiations mainly for the Central European states.

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FES-CENS Paper Series 2017: CENS series of events in the second half of 2017

In the second half of 2017, we at CENS had the great privilege to collaborate with our partners at the Budapest Office of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung to host and co-organize a series of events on key issues of contemporary Europe.

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Café Evropa: The Czech Republic and Euro – what are we afraid of?

Accept our sincere invitation to the public debate that is part of the series Café Evropa. Our guests will discuss the Czech Republic's entrance (or not) into the Eurozone.

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