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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Support to independent reporting on Serbia’s EU integration process with focus on the Chapters 23 and 24

We are proud to conduct a project focused on support to independent Serbian journalists reporting on Serbia’s EU integration process and specifically the obstacles in the key Chapters 23 and 24 which is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.

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POLICY PAPER: Reconciliation in the Western Balkans: Overcoming the past together

Gentiola Madhi, Jana Juzová, Tomáš Strážay, Adam Balcer, Jelica Minić and Nikolett Garai authored a policy paper on the topic of reconciliation in the Western Balkans.

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POLICY PAPER: The Legal Status of Accredited Parliamentary Assistants

In her policy paper, Nicole Grmelová concerns with accredited assistants to the European Parliament, commonly referred to as APAs. She examines their legal status and evaluates its efficiency, strengths and weaknesses, and also compares its written wording with the actual implementation after 10 years of existence of the legal status of assistants.

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REPORT: Structural transition in coal regions – experiences from Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany and the EU

Report from our round table on the topic of structural transitions of coal regions is now available.

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Fundraiser call - Prague European Summit

Prague European Summit is looking for a new fundraiser. Look at the job offer and join the team of Prague European Summit!

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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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Slovak presidential elections: A country at a crossroads between progression and regression

Our Miroslava Pěčková wrote a blog focusing on the 2019 Slovak presidential elections.

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Think Visegrad Fellowship – Call for Proposals 2019

Our institute is one of the eight receiving institutions taking part in the Think Visegrad Fellowship program.

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Visegrad in the Western Balkans: Losing ground?

Jana Juzová, as part of the project Think Visegrad, published a policy brief on the role of the V4 group in the Western Balkans.

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