Policy Paper | The Strategic Culture of the European Union in the Sahel EU-initiatives in Niger

The Sahel faces interconnected challenges like poverty, food insecurity, conflicts, terrorism, and climate change. Recent military coups indicate ongoing political instability. Europe, concerned for over a decade, recognizes potential threats to its security, leading the European Union to actively address the region's issues through a comprehensive approach. Writes Hanga Horváth-Sántha, Research Fellow at the Hungarian Institute of International Affairs (HIIA).

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Commentary: EUCO Meeting in October 2019

EUCO meeting held on October 2019 brought several surprises. Read the comments of our experts regarding the future development of Brexit, EU enlargement or climate change combat. We've gathered answers from Christian Kvorning Lassen, Kateřina Davidová, Jana Juzová, Zuzana Stuchlíková, Louis Cox-Brusseau and Martin Michelot.

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EU Monitor: The Amazon Wildfires and Environmental Conservation: What Can the EU do?

Helder Hermani published a EU Monitor in which he focuses on the ways EU can contribute to the conservation of Amazon rainforests. He provides analysis and proposes 5 specific steps.

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ČT24: Implications of Turkish coup d'état attempt

Michal Vít was a guest of Studio ČT24 the 3rd of August. He spoke about the situation after failed military coup d'état in Turkey and its implications for the EU-Turkey refugee deal.

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ČRo Plus: debated issues of the EU-Turkey deal

Vladimír Bartovic was a guest of Czech Radio Plus, where he talked about further negotiations of the EU-Turkey migration deal, including the possibility of an unilateral termination of the agreement by Turkey.

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Profit or perish? Hungary and the Czech Republic’s response to the refugee crisis

How politicians in the Czech Republic and Hungary react on the migration crisis? A what myths are currently related to migration in those countries? New blog by Christian Kvorning Lassen.

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