Café Evropa in the regions – Písek: How will Brexit affect the Czech Republic and the EU?

Accept our sincere invitation to the public debate that is part of the series Café Evropa in the regions. This time in Písek on February 11th.

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Serbia and Kosovo: One Year After the Brussels Agreement

We held a public debate on the topic "Serbia and Kosovo: One Year After the Brussels Agreement".

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A View from Central Europe: What does Brexit mean for the Czech Republic?

Vladimír Bartovic spoke for Central European Policy Institute (CEPI) about Czech perspective on possible implications of Brexit for the future of European integration.

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A View from Central Europe: UK referendum

Vladimír Bartovic contributed the Czech view on potential Brexit for GLOBSEC Policy Institute.

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Results of the Think Visegrad Fellowship

All eight participating organizations know the names of their new fellows! Tija Memisevic was chosen to conduct her research at EUROPEUM.

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A View from Central Europe: Should Visegrad leaders be concerned about fragmented EU?

Our Head of Research Martin Michelot was among the three experts that contributed their country's vision on the question of whether ‪Visegrad‬ leaders should be concerned about the EU ‪‎fragmentation‬.

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A View from Central Europe: Will the EU deal with Turkey work?

Slovak think-tank CEPI in its project coordinated by EUROPEUM has asked experts on their opinion on the EU-Turkey deal.

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A View from Central Europe: Germany and V4 moving further apart?

Our Research fellow Michal Vít was among the three experts that commented some newly essential questions in the first blog of a reshaped ‘A View from Central Europe’ series, published by the Central European Policy Institute (CEPI).

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