INVITATION: The new European Commission – What to expect?

Accept our sincere invitation to the public debate that we co-organize under the Prague European Summit titled ''The new European Commission – What to expect?''. The event will take place on October 9th at 3 PM in the European House.

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

Series of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade: four researchers give a short answer to the same questions concerning international politics and economics.

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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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EU MONITOR: The Original Sins of the new European Commission

This EU Monitor was written by our associated research fellow Piotr Maciej Kaczyński. He tackles the increased political confrontation in the European political arena.

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EU MONITOR: The Original Sins of the new European Commission

Letošní první příspěvek do série EU Monitor napsal náš výzkumný spolupracovník Piotr Maciej Kaczyński. Zabývá se v něm "prvotními hříchy" nové Evropské komise vedené Ursulou von der Leyen.

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Winds of political change in Turkey?

In his latest blog, our Žiga Faktor focuses on Ekrem İmamoğlu's election win in the mayoral election in Istanbul and the future of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's presidency.

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Winds of political change in Turkey?

Náš Žiga Faktor se ve svém posledním blogu soustředil na zvolení opozičního politika Ekrema İmamoğlua starostou Istanbulu a budoucnost Recepa Tayyipa Erdoğana ve funkci prezidenta.

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In divided Cyprus, new tensions in decades-old dispute arise while history is made in the European election

Our Jiří Lacina explores, in his latest blog, the conflict over natural resources near Cyprus amidst the results of the EP elections

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REPORT: Save the European elections

The report from the project ''Save the European elections'', which we launched together with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung in Prague this May, is now available.

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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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