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 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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Het Financieele Dagblad: Why Czechs do not believe in closer European integration?

In their series, the Dutch newspaper focuses on local eurosceptic tendencies in the countries of the Visegrad group. Christian Lassen and Vít Havelka commented on the current state of affairs in the Czech Republic.

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Policy report: Charting a new path for a reinforced and improved V4-France cooperation

We're publishing the final policy report from the project: Charting a new path for V4-France cooperation, which was written by sixteen invited experts including our Martin Michelot.

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REPORT: Overcoming Dividing Lines in Europe (Jubel Festival)

On Saturday, September 7, we organised a workshop "Overcoming Dividing Lines in Europe" at Jubel - European Democracy Festival. There we discussed what divides Europe and Europeans. The output of this workshop will be included in the festival's manifesto, which will then be sent to the European institutions. Now we bring you our report from the event.

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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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EUObserver: Why Visegrad 4 need to get real about climate change

Our Think Visegrad Fellow Linda Zeilina commented for EUObserver on the Visegrad group and its views on climate change.

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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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REPORT: 15 years in the EU: What have we learned?

The Report from our panel discussion titled “15 years in the EU: What have we learned?” that was organised by the Think Visegrad platform is now available.

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Commentary: EUCO Meeting in June 2019

Christian Kvorning Lassen, Kateřina Davidová, Jana Juzová, Vít Havelka and Louis Cox-Brusseau react to the EUCO Meeting held in June 2019.

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