Analysis Of the Activity Of the Czech MEPs During the 2014–2019 Term

Vít Havelka and Zuzana Stuchlíková from EUROPEUM Institute for European policy conducted an analysis of the activity of the Czech MEPs during the 2014–2019 term. The analysis combines quantitative and qualitative methods of research (including the interviews). The text contains, for example, the factors influencing MEPs' success, the impact of the national interests on their work, evaluations and recommendations.

Show more PDF EU supporters are also Czech patriots. Opponents are not proud of Czechia and ignore risks of leaving EU, poll shows

The results of a poll about the attitude of the Czechs towards the EU was published on the site of the Hospodářské noviny daily, This poll was conducted by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy along with Behavio and STEM research institute.

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Commentary: Summit in Sibiu

Vladimír Bartovic, Christian Kvorning Lassen, Zuzana Stuchlíková, Louis Cox-Brusseau, Vít Havelka and Kateřina Davidová reacted to the Summit in Sibiu 2019.

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IFAT: How Could the European Elections Reshape Central Europe’s Role in the EU?

Our Zuzana Stuchlíková contributed to the latest issue of the 4:1 project of the Hungarian Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT), whose topic was "How Could the European Elections Reshape Central Europe’s Role in the EU?".

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Slovak presidential elections: A country at a crossroads between progression and regression

Our Miroslava Pěčková wrote a blog focusing on the 2019 Slovak presidential elections.

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ČT24: Results of vote on Brexit deal

Our Vít Havelka was a guest of Studio ČT24, where he commented on Tuesday defeat of Theresa May’s Brexit deal.

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Global Go To Think Tank Index 2018

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy was ranked as the best think tank in the Czech Republic and third best in Central and Eastern Europe!

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Populism in Central Europe 2018

Together with the Austrian Society for European Politics, the Center for European Neighborhood Studies at the Central European University Budapest, the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana and GLOBSEC Policy Institute in Bratislava we jointly launched a project with the goal to examine why political and societal actors resort to an “anti-European” rhetoric. The final report from the project is now available.

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Three months until Brexit – Are we ready?

Miroslava Pěčková authored a policy brief on the ongoing Brexit negotiations and the impact of Brexit on the Czech Republic.

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Czechia between V4 and the EU: the impact of migration on Visegrad cohesion

Vladislav Strnad authored a policy brief on the impact of the migration crisis on the V4 countries across the EU context.

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