News from AMO

We would like to invite you to a debate Czech European Policy after the Elections that shall be held on Wednesday, November 29 from 15:15 pm in Prague (European House, Jungmnnova 24). The debate shall be simultaneously interpreted to English. Please follow our Facebook event and web for new information ad pro; registration is possible here. The event is organized in the cooperation with Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies.

AMO launched a new international project ChinfluenCE, mapping Chinese political and economic influence in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovakia. ChinfluenCE is implemented by AMO in cooperation with the Institute of Asian Studies (SK), the Central and Eastern European Center for Asian Studies (HU) and with generous support of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). Check project webpage for more information.

Vít Dostál (AMO) and Milan Nič (DGAP), co-authored a new briefing paper analyzing the Czech election result. The authors compare Andrej Babiš with other Central European leaders and examine possible scenarios, Czech foreign and EU policy under an ANO-led government, and the future of Czech-German relations. The paper was published with kind support of the Czech-German Future Fund.

Tomáš Jungwirth published a commentary for the openDemocracy platform in which he addresses the role of civil society vis-a-vis the so-called immigration crisis. You can access the article here.

Kryštof Kruliš published a new article in 4liberty, in which he deals with the state-owned interprises in the Czech Republic. You can access the whole magazine here, the article is on page 38.