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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Climate diplomacy: actions for strengthening the EU leadership role in forest protection and sustainable development

In the latest blog, Helder Hermani writes about the ways of protection of the Amazon rainforest and environment in general by the European Union as well as other actors.

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Free trade agreement EU-MERCOSUR: Essence, challenges and expectations

In the latest blog, Helder Hermani explores the EU-MERCOSUR free trade agreement.

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COMMENTARY: Theresa May’s Resignation

Our Louis Cox-Brusseau comments on Theresa May's resignation.

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Commentary: Special European Council (Art. 50)

Vladimír Bartovic, Christian Kvorning Lassen, Martin Michelot and Vít Havelka present their thoughts on the prospect of a long Brexit extension (April 10).

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Commentary: EUCO Meeting in March 2019

Martin Michelot, Christian Kvorning Lassen, Alexandr Lagazzi and Kateřina Davidová react to the EUCO Meeting held in March 2019.

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ČT24: Interpellation of Theresa May

Our Vít Havelka commented on the latest development in the Brexit case. The British PM will face interpellation and leadership challenge.

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Warsaw Security Forum: NEW SECURITY LEADERS 2018

The New Security Leaders is a leadership and mentoring program for mid-career, high potential leaders from foreign policy, defence and security fields.

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The V4 on Defence: The Art of Disagreement

Our Martin Michelot has authored an article for European Leadership Network on PESCO, its advantages and the V4 perspective.

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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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