INVITATION: A year of the new European Commission
We would like to invite you to a debate called “A year of the new European Commission” organized by the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy which will take place on Wednesday, November 25 from 17 PM online on our Facebook.
COMMENTARY: US Elections – The optimistic worst-case scenario
Christian Kvorning Lassen, Deputy Director of the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, comments on the US presidential election.
Polish abortion law: implications for European integration and transatlantic cooperation
In her blog post, Magdalena Rubin discusses the Polish abortion law and its implications for European integration and transatlantic cooperation.
The progressing integration of the EU in security affairs: European Peace Facility
In his blog post, intern Vojtěch Freitag discusses the progressing integration of the EU in security affairs: European Peace Facility.
State of the Rule of Law in the EU: EU’s limited options against democratic erosion in Hungary and Poland
In her blog post, 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.
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.
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.