The Visegrad Four and Germany

We would like to cordially invite you to the conference that is organized by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy's Brussels Office titled ''The Visegrad Four and Germany: which shared priorities in the next Commission?''

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INVITATION: The Value of Europe – What Do We Think about the Past, Present, and Future of Europe [MZV ČR]

We are happy to invite you to a presentation and follow-up round-table discussion co-hosted by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and Pew Research Center.

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INVITATION: The Value of Europe - What Do We Think about the Past, Present, and Future of Europe [University of Economics]

We are more than glad to invite you to a presentation and follow-up round-table discussion co-hosted by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and Pew Research Center. Read the whole article for complete information on the programme and guests.

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INVITATION: The Visegrad Four and Germany: which shared priorities in the next Commission?

We are honoured to invite you to a debate organized by our Brussels office titled 'The Visegrad Four and Germany: which shared priorities in the next Commission?' The event will take place at Fondation Universitaire in Brussels on October 16. You can look forward to 4 expert speakers, including one MEP. Read the whole article to find out their names and get more information.

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EU ± // What to expect from the new European Commission?

At the beginning of November, the new European Commission under the leadership of Urschula von der Layen will take office. It is, therefore, appropriate to discuss what can be expected of the new College and how the new Commission will differ from the old.

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Policy paper: Implications of Brexit in EUs Decision Making for the Czech Republic

What are the possible consequences of Brexit for the Czech Republic's position in the EU? What impact does Brexit have on the European political arena? And what steps could help our country to adapt to new status quo? These are some of the topics discussed in the policy paper prepared by our research fellow Vít Havelka.

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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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ČRo Plus: Is Johnson really such a chaotic person or is he pretending it? Analyst Šlosarčík assumes it is just an unsuccessful strategy

EUROPEUM's research fellow and expert on European integration Ivo Šlosarčík took part in the interview for Český rozhlas Plus about current events in the UK Parliament.

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TA3: Z. Stuchlíková about the new structure of the European Commission

In an interview with the Slovak television TA3, head of our Brussels office Zuzana Stuchlíková commented on the new structure of the European Commission led by the future president of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen.

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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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