Euractiv: EU won't reach agreement on Multiannual Financial Framework until end of 2019, experts concur

Our analytic Vít Havelka contributed to the article about Multiannual Financial Framework for 2021–2027. He does not expect long-term budget's approval until the end of the year but is positive about its orientation and the Czech Republic's position.

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Do we need new foundations? Institutional questions ahead of the new EU Commission

Daniel Bartha published a policy paper as part of Think Visegrad.

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Climate diplomacy: actions for strengthening the EU leadership role in forest protection and sustainable development

In the latest blog, Helder Hermani writes about the ways of protection of the Amazon rainforest and environment in general by the European Union as well as other actors.

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Free trade agreement EU-MERCOSUR: Essence, challenges and expectations

In the latest blog, Helder Hermani explores the EU-MERCOSUR free trade agreement.

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POLICY PAPER: Europe can spearhead a new cycle in transatlantic relations, not President Trump

Our Martin Michelot authored a new policy paper on the transatlantic relations as part of our project Transatlantic Policy Forum (TAPF).

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In multi-speed Europe, Czech Republic is not in any rush

Our Jiří Lacina explores, in his latest blog, the Czech Republic and its engagement in both the V4 and the so-called multi-speed Europe.

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Commentary: EUCO Meeting in June 2019

Christian Kvorning Lassen, Kateřina Davidová, Jana Juzová, Vít Havelka and Louis Cox-Brusseau react to the EUCO Meeting held in June 2019.

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POLICY PAPER: The European Parliament and climate change: past, present and future

Kateřina Davidová, in her latest policy paper, examines climate policy in the European Parliament. Looking ahead and drawing conclusions form past climate policies, what are the future perspectives?

Show more PDF Johnson is coming back. The face of botched Brexit scares Brussels, UK's departure will be hard

Our director Vladimír Bartovic commented on the future of Theresa May's withdrawal agreement, and Boris Johnson's candidacy.

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REPORT: The future of the EU-UK security relationship seen from Central Europe

On 9th of April, the Czech Permanent Representation to the EU in Brussels hosted the roundtable "The future of the EU-UK security relationship seen from Central Europe". The report from the discussion organized by the Brussels office of EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and the Think Visegrad platform is now available.

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