In a Time of Changing Geopolitical Landscape, should the EU re-evaluate its approach to China?

Shang-Yen Lee analyzes the EU approach towards China through the lenses of FDIs to its members states.

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Is Germany too much for us?

Edit Inotai, as part of the project Think Visegrad, published a policy brief on the role of Germany within the EU and towards the V4 countries.

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A View from Central Europe: Should Visegrad leaders be concerned about fragmented EU?

Our Head of Research Martin Michelot was among the three experts that contributed their country's vision on the question of whether ‪Visegrad‬ leaders should be concerned about the EU ‪‎fragmentation‬.

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French foreign policy has to be reconsidered

In the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks, French president Francois Hollande decided to intensify the French military operations to a level politically and financially unbearable in the long term.

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Is Poland truly on the verge of a conservative Armageddon?

Michal Vít's take on the Polish parliamentary elections.

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