Café Evropa: České Budějovice 20 years in EU

We invite you to the next debate of the Café Evropa series. Come and talk to us about what current european issues are resonating in České Budějovice and how you imagine Europe. Are you interested in nuclear energy, electromobility, euro, local projects supported by the EU, culture or any other european topics?

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The Parliament Magazine | Od Pfizeru k Pieperovi: Kdo bude těžit z toho, že je von der Leyenová v defenzivě?

Dvě nedávné kontroverze - Pfizergate a Piepergate - zamotaly Ursule von der Leyenové plány na znovuzvolení do funkce předsedkyně Evropské komise. Jaké budou mít tyto kauzy dopad a komu prospějí? Žiga Faktor, vedoucí bruselské kanceláře Institutu EUROPEUM, je komentuje v článku pro The Parliament Magazine.

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Policy Paper | Securing Europe’s Lithium Future: The Cinovec project and sustainable lithium mining

The EU's proactive stance, introduced in the Critical Raw Material Strategy and later Critical Raw Materials Act (CRMA), drives the EU approach to secure the supply of European/domestic critical raw materials for EV battery production. The Cinovec project has a large economic potential as it enhances the ability to secure domestic and regional supply of lithium, which is otherwise very geographically concentrated outside of Europe. Europe relies on a handful of countries, particularly China, for the import of lithium for the production of EV batteries.

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RTVS | The European Union approves aid to Ukraine of 5 billion euros and creates a special fund

The countries of the European Union have approved aid in the form of an increase of the European Peace Facility (EPF) by five billion euros. The decision to create a special fund to help Ukraine represents an important step towards strengthening support for the country against Russian aggression. Žiga Faktor, deputy director of the EUROPEUM Institute and head of the Brussels office, commented on the creation of the fund and its possible results for Slovakian RTVS.

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ČRo Plus | Macron came to Prague to discuss building nuclear blocks in Dukovany

French President Emmanuel Macron arrived in Prague to meet with Czech officials. The main topic of the discussion is the construction of a new block of the Dukovany nuclear power plant, which has drawn interest from both the French state company EDF and the Korean KHNP. Amongst the main topics is also support for Ukraine and the issue of new ammunition. Viktor Daněk, deputy director of the EUROPEUM Institute, spoke about Macron's visit for ČRo Plus.

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Café Evropa: Pardubice

We invite you to the first debate of this year from the Café Evropa series, which will focus on European topics discussed in Pardubice. The event will take place on February 27, 2024, at 5:30 PM at the Institut Paměti Národa Pardubice, třída Míru 60, Pardubice.

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Café Evropa: Pardubice

Zveme Vás na první letošní debatu ze série Café Evropa, která se bude zabývat evropskými tématy diskutovanými v Pardubicích. Událost proběhne 27. února 2024 od 17:30 v Institutu Paměti národa Pardubice, třída Míru 60, Pardubice.

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Policy Paper | Enhancing Governance, Stakeholder Involvement, and Communication in Czech Recovery Planning: Strategic Lessons for Ukraine

Can Ukraine take lessons from the Czech approach to the recovery plan? Alina Boiko focuses on the Czech implementation of the Recovery and Resilience Plan, which could help the Ukrainian authorities improve their ability to implement new policies.

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Policy Paper | Zlepšení řízení, účasti subjektů a komunikace v rámci českého plánování obnovy: Strategické lekce pro Ukrajinu

Může si Ukrajina vzít poučení od českého přístupu k plánu obnovy? Alina Boiko se ve svém textu zaměřuje na českou implementaci Plánu pro oživení a odolnost, která by mohla pomoci ukrajinským autoritám zlepšit jejich schopnost implementovat nové politické zásady.

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E15 | Fico is "orbanising" Slovakia faster than expected. Presidential elections are the hope

In Slovakia, Robert Fico is preparing changes to criminal law that could seriously undermine the functioning of democracy and the rule of law. In particular, the planned abolition of the Office of the Special Prosecutor is a cause for concern. Our project manager Kristína Chlebáková assessed the situation for E15.

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