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?

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ESJ: Nová hedvábná stezka na západním Balkáně a role čínských investic

Our Alexandr Lagazzi was speaking with a redactor of the server ESJ about Balcans and a Chinese influence there.

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Prague Climate Talks: How will the new European Parliament tackle climate change?

We would like to cordially invite you to the debate organized by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy in cooperation with Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung and under the auspices of the UN Information Center in Prague.

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Job offer - traineeship at our Brussels Office

EUROPEUM’s Brussels Office is seeking a traineeship position.

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Info.cz: Macron plays for high stakes. Le Pen is threat to EU

Martin Michelot answered the questions of the journalist from Info.cz about the French president Macron ahead of the European elections.

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iDNES.cz: Whom to help to European parliament? Voting calculator eases choice of party

The site iDNES.cz published an article about the voting statistics app for the 2014–2019 European Parliament, which was created by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and KohoVolit.eu ahead of 2019 European election.

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Despite Britain’s efforts to combat climate change at home, its overall climate impact is rising

Our Miňo Urbaník wrote a blog about the climate policy of Great Britain.

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POLICY PAPER: The Legal Status of Accredited Parliamentary Assistants

In her policy paper, Nicole Grmelová concerns with accredited assistants to the European Parliament, commonly referred to as APAs. She examines their legal status and evaluates its efficiency, strengths and weaknesses, and also compares its written wording with the actual implementation after 10 years of existence of the legal status of assistants.

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Het Financieele Dagblad: Massive Protests against Prime Minister Babiš

Vít Havelka voiced himself about the current situtation in the Czech republic and protests against the prime minister Babiš and the ministre of justice Marie Benešová.

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NK News: Kim Jong Un heads to Russia: why now, and what to expect?

In April, our Tereza Novotná commented on the first North Korea–Russia summit in eight years for the site NK News.

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