Otázky Václava Moravce: Russia versus the West

Our Tereza Novotná during yesterday's Otázky Václava Moravce commented on the situation in the CEE countries, the rise of nationalism and the relationship between Russia and the EU.

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Aamulehti.fi: Nationalism deepens the differences in Central Europe

Our Christian Kvorning Lassen commented on the differences between the natures of populisms in individual countries.

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INVITATION: Anti EU-rhetoric versus national interests? Nationalistic populism and its reception in Central Europe

In cooperation with Central European University, GLOBSEC Policy Institute, Austrian Society for European Politics and University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences we would like to cordially invite you to the conference on the topic of nationalistic populism and its reception in Central Europe.

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The European Agenda on Migration: missing pieces towards a common migration policy

Our Benedetta Fornaciari da Passano in her Brussels Monitor analyses the European Agenda on Migration and examines the problem of a common migration policy in the EU.

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derStandard.at: Österreichische Gesellschaft für Europapolitik: debate "Nationalistic politics and its reception in central Europe"

On October 3rd, our researcher Christian Kvorning Lassen took part in the project "Nationalistic politics and its reception in Central Europe" organized by the Österreichische Gesellschaft für Europapolitik in Vienna.

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Commentary: The Rome Summit

Vladimír Bartovic, Martin Michelot, Tereza Novotná, Zuzana Stuchlíková and Alexandr Lagazzi react to the signed Rome Declaration from the perspective of the future of the EU and the Czech Republic's role in it.

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Duel for the next German chancellor

In her new blog, Hanka Burešová examines the upcoming political duel between Angela Merkel and Martin Schulz for the seat of the next German chancellor.

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Central Europe and the rise of nationalism

Our Michal Vít contributed to the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs' publication titled Illiberal Democracies in the EU: the Visegrad Group and the Risk of Disintegration with a chapter on the broader context of political development of the V4 region in the light of the immigration crisis of 2015 and 2016.

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The End of the EEA-Hungary Friendship? Hungary continues to challenge internationally funded programmes

Marianne Grønning analyses in her blog Hungary's attitude towards international funding and influence in domestic affairs through the latest incident at the Energiaklub Climate Policy Institute.

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Norwegian students on a study visit at EUROPEUM

A group of international students from the University of Oslo visited EUROPEUM on the 20th of October 2016.

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