The Transatlantic To-Do List: Biden's first 100 days (progress report)

Last October, the third annual Transatlantic Policy Forum (TAPF) took place virtually. The Forum not only brought together a wide range of experts but provided inputs and interesting takeaways, including recommendations and a Transatlantic To-Do List, which outlined action points on how the US and the EU should approach the given challenges ranging from increased multilateral collaboration to further development of economic and security engagement. Now that Joe Biden is hitting his 100 days in office, EUROPEUM experts Danielle Piatkiewicz and Miroslava Pisklová re-examine their Transatlantic To-Do List and provide a progress report.

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REPORT: Perceptions of EU in Central Europe amid COVID-related crisis

On 23 March, EUROPEUM's Brussels office organised the webinar Perceptions of the EU in Central Europe amid COVID-related crisis as a part of the Think Visegrad platform, which brings together 8 think-tanks from Central Europe.

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INVITATION: Café Evropa online: The rule of law in the EU - How to find common ground on the functioning of democracy, the rule of law and freedom of the media?

We would like to invite you to another in a series of debates of Café Evropa, this time on the topic of the rule of law in the EU. The debate is organized by the Representation of the European Commission in the Czech Republic and the Institute for European Policy EUROPEUM in cooperation with Eurocentrum Prague. The media partner of the debate is Deník.cz. The debate will take place online on March 11 on our Facebook.

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Regional impact of the Visegrad 4’s policies – Entrenchment or Fragmentation?

In his latest contribution, Márk Szabó deals with the issue of relations of the Visegrad Group, especially its internal coherence, but also the relationship with the EU.

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Why are CEE countries more prone to democratic backsliding than other EU member states?

In her blog post, Rose Hartwig-Peillon discusses the aspects of democracy in CEE countries.

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Supporting media freedom in Serbia in relation to the EU accession process

We are delighted to announce the launch of a project focused on support for independent Serbian journalists reporting on Serbia’s EU integration process, its obstacles in the field of democratic governance, and the rule of law and fundamental rights and freedoms, including the freedom of media. The project is supported by the Transition Promotion Program of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic and implemented together with the Centre for Contemporary Politics from Serbia.

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REPORT: EU Enlargement after another turbulent year – how can the process be enhanced by the EU Member States

We present you with a report of an online webinar organised by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy on 14 January 2021 with guest speakers Jana Juzová, a Research Fellow at EUROPEUM, and Zoran Nechev, a Research Fellow at Institute for Democracy Societas Civilis Skopje (IDSCS). The discussion was moderated by Žiga Faktor, Head of Brussels Office of EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.

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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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POLICY PAPER: Rebuilding the Transatlantic Relationship – Transatlantic Policy Forum in Review

Our research fellows Danielle Piatkiewicz and Miroslava Pisklová co-authored a policy paper concluding and analyzing the most important points from this year's Transatlantic Policy Forum which was focused on the post-pandemic repair of the transatlantic relationship.

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BalkanInsight.com: US Elections splits Central Europe

Our Danielle Piatkiewicz for the Balkan Insight web commented on how the result of US elections will affect Central Europe politics.

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