Our researchers, Žiga Faktor and Jana Juzová, analyse elections in Serbia, Croatia, Northern Macedonia and Montenegro in four policy papers and offer recommendations aimed at strengthening the EU’s enlargement policy.
A blog-post by Danielle Piatkiewicz on the recent events.
In her brief, Aneta Navrátilová writes about the implications of the 2020 US Presidential Election on the EU and Czech Climate Policy
We bring you a summary and recommendations resulting from the National Convention on EU Affairs on the topic of the Conference on the Future of Europe from the perspective of the Czech Republic, which took place on November 27 in an online environment and of which our institute is a professional guarantor.
Info.cz: The Czechia resigns on influence in the EU. It stands without interest at the end of the line, waiting for what others prepared
Last year showed that the Czech Republic is able to effectively promote its interests at the European level, provided that it clearly defines its goals. However, it continues to resign itself to influencing major pan-European debates and focus only on partial national goals. At the same time, it has achieved different results depending on the type of European policy involved. Article is written for Info.cz by our researcher Vít Havelka.
We would like to present a new regional study “V4 Countries in the Process of EU Integration of the WB6 and Implementation of Berlin Process” which was funded by the Think Visegrad Fund in cooperation with the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.
Danielle Piatkiewicz commented on what awaits Czechia in 2021 for the Balkan Insight.
A new episode of Talking Europe(um) comments on issues which are to be expected in 2021.