Info.cz: The Czechia resigns on influence in the EU. It stands without interest at the end of the line, waiting for what others prepared

Last year showed that the Czech Republic is able to effectively promote its interests at the European level, provided that it clearly defines its goals. However, it continues to resign itself to influencing major pan-European debates and focus only on partial national goals. At the same time, it has achieved different results depending on the type of European policy involved. Article is written for Info.cz by our researcher Vít Havelka.

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POLICY PAPER: Czech EU presidency: Basis for a Successful Implementation

In his policy paper, Vít Havelka deals with the matter of the Czech EU presidency and what needs to be done for it to be successful.

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INVITATION: Western Balkans in 2020: EU Enlargement in Turbulent Times

We would like to invite you to a debate "Western Balkans in 2020: EU Enlargement in Turbulent Times". The event will take place on Friday 27 November between 17:00–18:15 via Zoom and will be broadcasted on Facebook.

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INVITATION: Dialogue: Opinions of Czech Society on the Green Deal

We would like to invite you to the debate "Dialogue: Opinions of Czech Society on the Green Deal" organized in cooperation with STEM Institute of Empirical Research, z.ú. The dialogue will present a survey of Czech society's views on the Green Deal, which was created in cooperation with the STEM Institute of Empirical Research and the Institute for European Policy EUROPEUM. The dialogue will be broadcast live on Wednesday 2 December 2020 from 5.30 pm.

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Review of the Czech EU Policy in 2019/2020

Vít Havelka presents a review of the Czech EU Policy in the last year. He focused on EU Top Jobs, Single Market & Economic policies, Justice and Home Affairs and Foreign and Defence Policy.

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INVITATION: Future of the EU after Covid-19 – Views from Visegrad

We would like to invite you to the Think Visegrad Panel Discussion focused on the topic of "Future of the EU after Covid-19". The event will take place on Wednesday 11 November between 16:00–17:15 via Zoom and will be broadcasted on Facebook.

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State of the Rule of Law in the EU: EU’s limited options against democratic erosion in Hungary and Poland

In her blog post, our intern Aneta Navrátilová discusses the rule of law in the EU with regard to the European Commission Report and the situation in Hungary and Poland.

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POLICY PAPER: Identifying the EU’s weaknesses in foreign and defence policy: the struggle to become a more effective global actor

Adrian Blazquez's latest policy paper deals with the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP). More precisely, he focuses on the aspects of unanimous and qualified majority voting, international security commitments, and common strategic culture of the EU.

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Info.cz: European integration is deepening. Thanks to a higher budget, the EU will have more influence

Our Vítek Havelka is the author of an article-commentaryfor the news portal Info.cz. His text deals with the analysis of the trend of deepening European integration, following the agreement on the European budget and the rescue package.

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Czech Perception of the EU Climate Policy

The latest article from Vít Havelka aims to explain how the Czech population perceives the EU Climate Policy and especially the European Green Deal.

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