From Renzi with Love: Italy’s Constitutional Referendum
The latest issue of the BRUSSELS MONITOR series, written by Alexandr Lagazzi, focuses on the Italian constitutional referendum proposed by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and its impact on the EU.
The latest issue of the EASTERN MONITOR series, written by Marko Stojic, focuses on the impact of UK’s decision to leave the EU on the enlargement policy.
INVITATION: Café Evropa:
Accept our sincere invitation to the public debate that is part of the series Café Evropa. Our distinguished guests Hynek Kmoníček and Cyril Svoboda will discuss the following topic: “The European Union and China – what can this superpower offer and take?“
WP WIADOMOŚCI: François Fillon as a French republican primaries favourite
Polish WP Wiadomości spoke to our Deputy Director Martin Michelot about the results of Sunday primaries’ first round, drawing closer the decision on who will be representing the right-wing conservative Les Républicains in the French presidential race.
THEWONK.EU: Four Reasons Why TTIP May Fail and Why It Will be Europe’s Fault
Our Tereza Novotná was interviewed for thewonk.eu as author of the report ‘Four Reasons Why TTIP May Fail and Why It Will be Europe’s Fault’, which was published as part of the LSE IDEAS publication ‘New Challenges, New Voices: Next Generation Viewpoints on Transatlantic Relations’.
INVITATION: Presentation of Advocacy Strategy for the EU Integration of the Western Balkans
In cooperation with European Movement Serbia and Regional Cooperation Council we would like to cordially invite you to the presentation followed by a discussion and small refreshment.
EUROPEUM Brussels Office
Building on a long history of EUROPEUM in Prague we opened our office in Brussels in January 2016. EUROPEUM has been the first think-tank from Central Europe to branch out to the heart of the European Union. Our motivation has been to follow the debates on EU policies and politics from a close perspective and to contribute to them by strengthening the voice of the Czech Republic and other central and east European countries. At the same time, we would like to use our Brussels presence to boost the discussions on the EU back in the region, through introducing research by Brussels-based experts, offering their perspective at local events, cooperation with the media, etc.