INVITATION: Café Evropa: Social media – how do they affect elections?
Accept our sincere invitation to the public debate that is part of the series Café Evropa. Our distinguished guests Alžběta Králová and Jindřich Šídlo will discuss the following topic: “Social media – how do they affect elections?”. The debate will take place on Wednesday, November 22nd at 6 pm at the European House (Jungmannova 24, Prague 1).
NATIONAL CONVENTION ON EU AFFAIRS: Future form of the Multiannual Financial Framework and the EU Cohesion Policy after 2020
On 3rd of November a roundtable with the topic of Future form of the Multiannual Financial Framework and the EU Cohesion Policy after 2020 took place within the National Convention on EU Affairs.
REPORT: North Korea and the Escalation of a Global Crisis: Any Role for the European Union?
Our Tereza Novotna currently embarks on her new Korea Foundation-funded research project on the EU-(North) Korea at Seoul National University.
HOSPODÁŘSKÉ NOVINY: Only democratic parties should participate in the government
Our director Vladimír Bartovic commented on the potential impacts the future government could have on the relationships with the European Union.
FEPS: From Paris to Prague: What lessons for socialists?
Our Deputy Director Martin Michelot commented on the outcome of the Czech election for Socialist Democrats (ČSSD) and also compared them with French socialist party PS and their outcome in the French election.
Minerva: Elections in Czechia – The biggest win for populism since Brexit
Our Christian Kvorning Lassen contributed with his comments on the situation after the Czech legislative election 2017 for the Norweigan periodical Minerva.