State of the Rule of Law in the EU: EU’s limited options against democratic erosion in Hungary and Poland

In her blog post, our intern Aneta Navrátilová discusses the rule of law in the EU with regard to the European Commission Report and the situation in Hungary and Poland.

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Stav právního státu v EU: Omezené možnosti EU proti řešení eroze demokracie v Maďarsku a Polsku

Ve svém blogovém příspěvku naše stážistka Aneta Navrátilová pojednává o právním státu v EU s ohledem na zprávu Evropské komise a situaci v Maďarsku a Polsku.

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INVITATION: Café Evropa online: EU's reaction to the latest international issues - how will Europe stand up to the current geopolitical challenges?

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy cordially invites you to another debate from the Café Evropa series, which will take place on Monday 26 October from 6 PM online on Facebook.

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INVITATION: Café Evropa in regions: Brexit – how does the future relationship with the UK looks like?

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy cordially invites you to another debate from the Café Evropa series, which will take place on Monday 21 October from 5.30 PM online on Facebook. Our guests will discuss the topic of the Brexit – how does the future relationship with the UK looks like?

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Info.cz: The new Marshall Plan? The European Commission is trying to "kickstart" the economies of the Western Balkans

Our researcher Jana Juzová recently published an article on the news portal Info.cz dealing with the evaluation of developments in the countries applying for EU membership. In the text, the author summarizes the outputs that the European Commission came up with in its report and also comments on possible assistance in the form of the Economic and Investment Plan.

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INVITATION: EU± // New pact on migration and asylum

At the very end of September, the European Commission introduced a new pact on migration and asylum. It is a complex package of measures which responds to events of 2015 and 2016 and to the fact that there has been a very little progress made in regard of the migration and asylum policy reform. What exactly does the Commission’s new proposal contain? Will new migration quotas be introduced? Which measures will Czechia like the most and which of them will we criticize again? Our dear guests will answer not only these question during the next debate from series EU± on Wednesday, October 14 at 6:30 PM.

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Info.cz: We ourselves must take over the responsibility for our future, Europe is outlining the path for us

Our researcher Kateřina Davidová recently published an article on news portal Info.cz which deals with the topic of decreasing of the European emissions. The author opens the topic of Czech sceptical approach towards the new climate plan which was published by the European Commission mid-September.

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Hospodářské noviny:It is not an ideology, but a necessity, defends Jourová the pressures of Brussels to reduce emissions as much as possible

Our Kateřina Davidová provided Hospodářské noviny with a commentary on the topic of the Czech attitude towards the pressure of the European Commission to reduce emissions as much as possible.

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COMMENTARIES: State of the European Union address 2020

Experts from EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy comment on the State of the Union address (SOTEU) given by the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen on 16 September 2020.

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INVITATION: Café Evropa online: The end of coal in the Czech Republic - What is the future of coal regions in Czechia?

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy cordially invites you to another debate from the Café Evropa series, which will take place on Monday 21 September from 5.30 PM online on Facebook. Our guests will discuss the topic of the future of coal regions in the Czech Republic.

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