Windsor framework and future EU-UK relations: Could personal diplomacy be the driving engine?

The United Kingdom has finally found common ground with the EU regarding the provisions of the Northern Ireland Protocol. The current British prime minister can take credit for what three prime ministers failed to do before. So does Britain's foreign policy stand on a shoulder of one man's personal connections? The question answered our Katřina Horáková in her blog.

Show more The Brexit deal is in danger of collapse. The dispute between Brussels and London can be settled by the Czechs

Martin Vokálek, executive director of the Europeum Institute for European Policy, commented for E15 on the tense situation between the European Union and the UK in the area of economy and trade. In particular, the problematic region of Northern Ireland and compliance with the so-called Good Friday Agreement. The emergence of new tariff barriers between Britain and the European bloc is thus clearly a real threat.

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INVITATION: Prague Climate Talks: COP26: What can we expect?

We would like to invite you to the Prague Climate Talks debate, organized by the Institute for European Policy EUROPEUM together with the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Prague and under the auspices of the United Nations Czech Republic. The media partner of the project is Deník N. On Tuesday October 5th, we will focus on COP26: What can we expect? The event will take place from 17:00 to 18:30 online on our Facebook.

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Words and deeds in Glasgow: COP26 as a milestone in global climate policy?

In the next Policy Paper, Katarína Svitková writes about the conference which will take place in November 2021, Scotland’s largest exhibition center in Glasgow is to host an international climate summit of great importance titled the United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP26. The 26th Conference of the Parties continues a series of high-level international climate summits, the first of which was held in 1995 in Berlin, Germany

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ČT24: Chancellor Merkel visiting Britain

Our research fellow Vít Havelka gave an interview for ČT24 about the meeting between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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ČT24: Negotiations on trade relations between the EU and Britain

The director of our Institute, Vladimír Bartovic, provided a commentary for the ČT24 regarding the negotiation of the terms of trade relations between the EU and the United Kingdom. These negotiations should be concluded by the end of 2020. If this does not happen trade relations will take place under the terms of the World Trade Organization.

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iRozhlas: The pandemic overshadowed Brexit, negotiations are still stagnating. Britain with EU are dashing into no deal, says expert

Director of our Institute Vladimír Bartovic was interviewed by iRozhlas, where he talks about the still ongoing negotiations between Great Britain and EU.

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EU MONITOR: Brexit, now what? Examining the future of Central and Eastern European security post-Brexit

In her latest EU monitor, Danielle Piatkiewicz explores the future of Central and Eastern European security after Brexit.

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TA3: Z. Stuchlíková on ratification of the Brexit deal

On Wednesday evening, MEPs passed the Brexit deal, which will enable Great Britain to leave the EU according to the previous agreement. Slovak TV channel TA3 invited our Zuzana Stuchlíková to its broadcast on this topic.

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ČT24: European Parliament about the Brexit deal

United Kingdom is leaving the EU officially on Friday, 31st of January. What is going to change with this date? How long will it take to negotiate a new trade deal? And what does the European Union lose in Britain's departure? Our research fellow Vít Havelka answered these and many more questions in the Studio ČT24 programme.

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