News from AMO

We would like to cordially invite you to our debate on current Czech-German relations: EU in crisis? Czech and German Perspective on the Future of Europe. The debate will take place on Wednesday, October 5, from 19:00 in the building of Goethe-Institut Prague. The debate will be held in Czech and German. Please confirm your attendence by filling out this form.

Speakers:

  • Petr Drulák, Political Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
  • Anna-Lena Kirch, Research Fellow, German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF)
  • Ulrich Speck, German journalist and foreign policy analyst

Moderators:

  • Zuzana Lizcová, Research Fellow, AMO
  • Volker Weichsel, Osteuropa journal

“In my opinion what we are witnessing is a ‘compensation move’ with [the Czech Republic and Hungary] trying to be seen as pro-European vis-a-vis Western Europe and especially Germany,” says Jakub Kufčák for EurActiv about “EU army”.

Czech-Ukrainian relations, Russian influence in the Czech Republic and the role of president Zeman. These are some of the topics of Pavel Havlíček’s interview for Дело.UA (in Russian).

What impact will brexit have on the the mood in the EU and in Czech republic? How united will be United Kingdom in the close future? And how should we interpret the results of british referendum? New briefing paper by Kryštof Kruliš is summarizing outcomes of the roundtable we held in the day of the referendum. The publication is in Czech and was supported by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.

Jakub Kufčák is commenting the outcomes of the Warsaw NATO Summit. In his briefing paper, he describes how Alliance is trying to stay prepared for different types of possible situations, he pays attention to the presence of NATO in the Eastern Europe and explains how will NATO and the EU cooperate in the future. The publication is in Czech and was supported by the NATO Public Diplomacy Division.