British politicians made Farage’s 2019 European election campaign easy

Our Jirka Lacina wrote a blog on Nigel Farage's EP election bid.

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ELECTIONS COMMENTARY: Main election topics of the upcoming European Elections

Our Kateřina Davidová and Vít Havelka published a commentary aiming to provide the reader with an overview and general understanding of the context that the upcoming European elections will take place in.

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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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INVITATION: Populism in Europe: United in diversity?

We would like to cordially invite you to the debate with Thierry Chopin and Ondřej Houska on the topic of populism in Europe. The debate will take place in the French Institute in Prague on 4th of October at 6pm.

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Europe on Populism: Policies of intolerance should not be tolerated

Our Rachel Warren analyzes in her latest blog the rise of populist tendencies in European politics.

Show more Nationalism deepens the differences in Central Europe

Our Christian Kvorning Lassen commented on the differences between the natures of populisms in individual countries.

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INVITATION: Daniel Cohn-Bendit: From an uprising Europe to a fearful one?

We would like to cordially invite you to the debate with Daniel Cohn-Bendit titled "From an uprising Europe to a fearful one?" which will take place on April 29, 2018 at 20.00 in Václav Havel Library in Prague.

Show more Czechs are the biggest euroskeptics. What do central Europeans want, and how do they see the EU?

An extensive research of public opinion in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia showed, that a considerable portion of Central Europeans believe, that the EU is treating them unfairly. Still, the wish to remain, and want strong leaders and a homogenous society.

Show more Orbán is dangerous and the EU can not contest him.

Our Martin Michelot was interviewed for about Orbáns systematic dismantling of democracy.

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NovýČas: Orbán's victory with Fidesz: Why will he control Hungary?

Our Vladimír Bartovic commented for the Slovak journal Nový Čas on Viktor Orban's victory in the parliamentary elections and his future plans.

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