EUROPEUM: invitation and new publications

Reconciliation in Visegrad and the Western Balkans: Overcoming the Past Together

We would like to cordially invite you to an event organized by the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and partners in the project “From Warsaw to Tirana: Overcoming the past together”, supported by the International Visegrad Fund. In the first part, the project and the five reconciliation case studies will be briefly presented, and the discussion will then focus on the reconciliation experience and identified best practices from the examples from Visegrad and Albania and Serbia. The second panel will follow up with a discussion with experts on reconciliation on the future of the reconciliation process in the Western Balkans and ways how to make it more efficient and sustainable moving forward.

The event takes place on Tuesday, January 26, from 16:15 to 19:00 at the
European House, Jungmannova 24, Prague 1.


  • Tatiana Chovancová, Junior Research Fellow, Research Center of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association
  • Nikolett Garai, Research fellow, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary
  • Igor Novaković, Research Director, International and Security Affairs Centre, Serbia
  • Gentiola Madhi, Researcher, Academy for European Integration and Negotiations, Albania
  • Janina Hřebíčková, Diplomat, former Head of OSCE Mission in Montenegro (TBC)
  • Jolyon Naegele, former Political Director, UNMIK, Kosovo


  • Jana Juzová, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, Czech Republic
  • Nikolett Garai, Research fellow, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary

You can find the agenda of the event in this invitation.
We kindly ask you to register for the event here.

Do not hesitate to contact us with any further questions on our email address

EU MONITOR: Three Crucial Moments in European Security in 2019

Louis Cox-Brusseau published an EU Monitor, in which he focuses on three Crucial Moments in European Security in 2019.

2019 will be regarded with hindsight as a pivotal year for European security. In the space of twelve months, the European political scene has changed significantly and seen a host of fresh challenges and complications emerge that may make the coming five-year cycle in European politics a very transformative time indeed. With the election of a new European executive and parliament, ongoing tensions in the transatlantic relationship, severe challenges emerging for NATO both within and without its membership, and the sudden certainty of Brexit in the next six weeks following the landslide result of the United Kingdom’s December election, it is clear that 2019 has been as turbulent as it has been dramatic.

You can read the full text here.

Policy paper: The future of EU Finances: New Own Resources

Markéta Mlčúchová published a policy paper about the reform of EU’s budget – and especially its income side – using tools such as Common Consolidated Corporate Taxes, non-recycled plastic packaging waste tax or income from European Emissions Trading System (ETS) auctions.

You can read the paper here and find about further news on the Europeum website.