E15 | Regulation of artificial intelligence meets resistance in Brussels. Germany, France and Italy have changed their minds

There is a row in Brussels over the upcoming regulation of AI. Our junior research fellow Silke Maes assesses what arguments are being put forward by individual member states and what impact they will have on future developments in her commentary.

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ČRo Plus: France holds the EU presidency. Czech Republic wants to reform Schengen and move forward with asylum reform

The priorities of the French Presidency include the economic recovery of the Union after the pandemic, the climate agenda, European defence, relations with African countries and the Western Balkans. Our research fellow Vít Havelka also commented on the topic.

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National Convention on the EU: Programme of the Presidency Trio France - Czech Republic - Sweden

Our Institute is the expert guarantor of the National Convention on the EU on the Programme of the Presidency Trio France - Czech Republic - Sweden, which will take place on Friday 1 October online.

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iRozhlas: The French are voting again, Macron's movement is leading

In an interview for iRozhlas, our deputy director Martin Michelot commented on the recent second round of parliamentary elections in France. What should we know about the French parliamentary elections, and what impact does it have on the country?

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iDnes: Le Pen is betting on personal attacks, but Macron also searched for conflicts

In an interview for iDnes our Martin Michelot presented and discussed the pre-voting dynamics of the French presidential elections, the tactics of both candidates and possible scenarios for the forthcoming legislative elections.

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Pravda.sk: France is nervous and insecure, says expert Martin Michelot

Our deputy director Martin Michelot commented for Správy.sk on the developments of the French presidential race, as the first round takes place today, April 23.

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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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Hospodářské noviny: The French are divided and disappointed. The majority is not going to vote, or will for extremists; says political scientist

Martin Michelot on the upcoming french election in an interview for Hospodářské noviny.

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Respekt: Regardless of who wins, I don't think the French voters would want to leave the EU

In an interview for Respekt, our deputy director Martin Michelot commented on the French presidential elections and euroscepticism.

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RTVS: Martin Michelot commented on the return of jihadists to Europe

Our Deputy Director Martin Michelot commented on RTVS the return of jihadists back to European countries.

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