EU MONITOR: An Arduous Path: Are Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania Ready to Join the Area?

Žiga Faktor authored an EU Monitor on the prospects of Schengen entrance of the states of Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania.

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REPORT: Echoes of the EU – Western Balkans Summit: New beginning

The report from the conference ''Echoes of the EU – Western Balkans Summit: New beginning'', which took place on May 23, 2018 in Brussels, is now available.

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The rise and role of regional cooperation in Central and South Eastern Europe

Our Zuzana Stuchlíková represented our institute at a conference held in Budapest and explained the driving factors of the Czech foreign policy.

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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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ČT24: Bulgaria takes over the EU rotating presidency

The EU's poorest member state, and said to be its most corrupt, takes up the rotating presidency of the EU Council

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What price do Serbia and Macedonia have to pay to save the EU?

Michal Vít analyses, in his latest policy paper, the state of EU cooperation with Serbia and Macedonia after the closing of the Balkan route, with focus on the role of the Czech Republic within the negotiations.

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Capital: How false sparks ignite real fires

Our Martin Michelot contributed to an article for the Bulgarian Capital on the role of fake news within the French elections.

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Martin Michelot's French elections spotlight

Our Deputy Director's takes on the French presidential elections, in chronological order and continuously updated.

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