TA3: The cabinet of the new Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has gained confidence in the Senate. The government is still awaiting a vote in the Chamber

The cabinet of the new Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has gained confidence in the Senate. The government is still awaiting a vote in the Chamber of Deputies. The cabinet of the former head of the European Central Bank is also expected to succeed there. Alexandr Lagazzi, a research associate of the Europeum Institute, told more about this topic for Slovak television TA3.

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A dark day for US democracy

Our researcher Danielle Piatkiewicz has written a blog about runoff elections to the US Senate and other recent events.

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Postponed by Pandemic: Poland’s Presidential Predicament

Our Danielle Piatkiewicz analyses in her latest blog, the recent postponement of the Polish Presidential elections.

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EU MONITOR: French lessons in Africa: An assessment of three key military capabilities for European defence

In his latest EU monitor, Adrian Blazquez examines the the European cooperation in the Sahel strip.

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Report: European Summer School 2019 "Europe Restart

In July 2019, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy organized already the seventeenth annual European Summer School in Prague. This year’s programme was focused on the challenges that the European Union is currently facing, particularly from the perspective of Central European countries.

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INVITATION: Conference ''15 Years of the Czech Republic in the EU''

We cordially invite you to the conference ''15 Years of the Czech Republic in the EU'' which will take place on Thursday, May 16th at 8AM in Černínský palác, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Prague.

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European Summer School 2018 – "Europe in Transition: Exploring EU’s Futures" Report

The 16th annual European Summer School took place in July 2018 in Prague and we were happy to welcome students from 15 different countries. This year’s academic program was focused on exploring possible scenarios of the EU’s future developments.

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TA3: Analyst A. Lagazzi on the formation of a new Italian government

Negotiations for the creation of a new government in Italy are taking quite a long time. Consultations on the possible coalitions are now beginning. What is the most likely cooperation and why?

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European Summer School 2017 – "Challenged Union: Making Sense of the Troublemakers" Report

The 15th annual European Summer School took place in July 2017 in Prague and we were happy to welcome 20 students from over 10 different countries. This year’s academic program was focused on the multiple challenges EU is facing at the moment.

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Desperate gamble or strategic move by the Czech Prime minister?

Our Hanka Fridrichová analyses, in her new blog, the ongoing political crisis in the Czech Republic that is confusing both analysts and citizens.

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