INVITATION: EU± // How should the EU respond to the situation in Belarus?

For several weeks now, there have been massive protests by Belarusians against the rigged presidential election in their country. During that time, several people were killed by security forces and thousands more were beaten or imprisoned. How should the EU respond to this situation? The guests of the next debate within the EU± series will address this issue on Wednesday, September 23.

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Why the US protests matter

In his latest blog, Márk Szabó explains the importance of United States protests against racism for Europe.

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TRT World: Is the Czech Republic's Government on the Verge of Collapse?

Our Martin Michelot talked about the Czech government crisis in the Turkish international news channel TRT World.

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Protests in Prague: Beyond the Numbers

Our Martin Michelot wrote a blog post about protests against the Czech PM Andrej Babiš for the Atlantic Council.

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Het Financieele Dagblad: Massive Protests against Prime Minister Babiš

Vít Havelka voiced himself about the current situtation in the Czech republic and protests against the prime minister Babiš and the ministre of justice Marie Benešová.

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RCF Radio: Les manifestations auront-elles raison?

Martin Michelot was speaking about the held protests against the work law in Hungary.

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Catalonian independence – a dilemma for Spain, but also for Europe

Miroslava Pěčková analyses, in her new blog, the situation of Catalonia's autonomy and relations with Spain.

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How to lose Russia in 10(0) days: Ukraine’s delicate balance

Another contribution to the EASTERN MONITOR series by Nelly Tomčíková deals with the Association Agreement between Ukraine and EU.

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ČT24: Protests in Catalonia

In an interview for ČT24, our Research Fellow Michal Vít commented on the current crisis in Spain triggered by the Catalan independence referendum.

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Justice for Théo: A Symptom of a Bigger Problem

In her new blog, our Elli Hoai Anh analyzes the reasons leading to the Justice for Théo protests, while shedding light on the history of police brutality in France.

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