Coronavirus in Belgium – beyond the alarming statistics

Our Zuzana Stuchlíková analyzes in her latest blog COVID-19 situation in Belgium.

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China is Successfully Changing the Narratives on COVID–19

Our intern Kristýna Kšírová writes a blog about China and its behaviour towards COVID–19.

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Brief on COVID-19: Eurozone in Agreement over the first COVID19-Response

In his brief, Vít Havelka writes about the Eurozone ministers first agreement on the response against the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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EU MONITOR: Eurozone Reform: A Victim of Political Economy

Linda Zeilina, in her latest EU Monitor, explores the topic of Eurozone reform from the perspective of political economy.

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Is Germany too much for us?

Edit Inotai, as part of the project Think Visegrad, published a policy brief on the role of Germany within the EU and towards the V4 countries.

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E15: The end of EU generosity?

Our Vladimír Bartovic gave his opinion to E15 on the topic of possibilities of future European funds distribution.

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Czech Republic behind schedule on emissions reduction?

Our Karolína Kvačková, in her newest blog, explores the issue of emissions reduction and the Czech republic position towards meeting the European Commission criteria.

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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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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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ČRo Radiožurnál: Multi-speed Europe

Our director Vladimír Bartovic was a guest on Radiožurnál, where he commented on the concept of multi-speed Europe and its possible impact on the Czech Republic.

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