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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Transatlantic To-Do List: Prvních 100 dnů Joe Bidena v úřadě (progress report)

Loni v říjnu se virtuálně uskutečnilo třetí Transatlantic Policy Forum (TAPF). TAPF nejenže spojil širokou škálu odborníků, ale také poskytl inspirativní nápady a zajímavé závěry, včetně doporučení a tzv. Transatlantic To-Do Listu, který nastínil, jak by měly USA a EU přistupovat k daným výzvám od intenzivnější multilaterální spolupráce po další rozvoj hospodářského a bezpečnostního zapojení. Nyní, když Joe Biden dosáhl 100 dnů ve funkci prezidenta USA, expertky Institutu EUROPEUM Danielle Piatkiewicz a Miroslava Pisklová poskytují zprávu o dosavadním pokroku.

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INVITATION: Café Evropa online: EU's reaction to the latest international issues - how will Europe stand up to the current geopolitical challenges?

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy cordially invites you to another debate from the Café Evropa series, which will take place on Monday 26 October from 6 PM online on Facebook.

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REPORT: Prague Climate Talks: Climate change: Can It Unite a Divided Society?

On 17th September 2020 we organized this year's third online debate from the Climate Talks cycle. The topic was the social dimensions of climate policies.

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INVITATION: EU± // How should the EU respond to the situation in Belarus?

For several weeks now, there have been massive protests by Belarusians against the rigged presidential election in their country. During that time, several people were killed by security forces and thousands more were beaten or imprisoned. How should the EU respond to this situation? The guests of the next debate within the EU± series will address this issue on Wednesday, September 23.

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Czech perception of EU’s Reaction to COVID-19

Our researcher Vít Havelka is the author of a text that deals with the topic of the European Union's response to COVID-19 and how it is perceived by Czech society.

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Brief on COVID-19: COVID-19 EU Response: The Subsidiarity Principle has been Working, but now it is Time for Adjustments

Ih his latest brief, our Vít Havelka discusses the topic of limits of the COVID-19 EU response and the subsidiarity principle.

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La Vanguardia: Eastern European countries defend early and drastic action to stop the virus

Director of our Institute was quoted in La Vanguardia, where he talks about Eastern Europe's reaction to coronavirus crisis.

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EU crisis response in tackling COVID-19. Views from the Member States

Christian Kvorning Lassen from Europeum together with Jan Kovář from Institute of International Relations Prague wrote a commentary "Czech Republic: political elites and citizens view EU cooperation with scepticism" for the EPIN Report publication, concerned with EU Member States' crisis reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Krizová reakce EU na COVID-19. Pohledy ze členských států

Christian Kvorning Lassen z Europea spolu s Janem Kovářem z Ústavu mezinárodních vztahů napsali komentář "Czech Republic: political elites and citizens view EU cooperation with scepticism" pro publikaci EPIN Report, která se věnuje krizové reakci členských států EU na pandemii COVID-19.

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