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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RECOMMENDATIONS: Setting the future relationship with the UK after Brexit

Recommendations for setting the future relationship with the UK after Brexit, based on the roundtable discussion of the National Convention on EU Affairs, are now available. They were prepared by Vít Havelka and Zuzana Kasáková from EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy. The discussion took place on 26 April.

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Analysis Of the Activity Of the Czech MEPs During the 2014–2019 Term

Vít Havelka and Zuzana Stuchlíková from EUROPEUM Institute for European policy conducted an analysis of the activity of the Czech MEPs during the 2014–2019 term. The analysis combines quantitative and qualitative methods of research (including the interviews). The text contains, for example, the factors influencing MEPs' success, the impact of the national interests on their work, evaluations and recommendations.

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RECOMMENDATIONS: Priroties of Czech Republic for summit in Sibiu

Recommendations from the roundtable discussion of the National Convention on EU Affairs for the informal summit of the European Council, which will take place on 9 May in Sibiu, are now available. They were prepared by Vladimír Bartovic and Zuzana Kasáková from EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and are based on the discussion which took place on 29 March in the Liechtenstein Palace in Prague.

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RECOMMENDATIONS: The potential of EU like-minded coalitions forming after Brexit

Recommendationa from the roundtable debate of the National Convention on EU Affairs, which took place on February 8 at the Lichtenštejn Palace, are now available.

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Populism in Central Europe 2018

Together with the Austrian Society for European Politics, the Center for European Neighborhood Studies at the Central European University Budapest, the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana and GLOBSEC Policy Institute in Bratislava we jointly launched a project with the goal to examine why political and societal actors resort to an “anti-European” rhetoric. The final report from the project is now available.

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From Warsaw to Tirana: Overcoming the past together

We are proud to announce that we will be organizing the project ''From Warsaw to Tirana: Overcoming the past together'', supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

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EMU reform as a case-study for multispeed integration

Tomáš Madleňák, as part of the project Think Visegrad, published a policy brief on the reform of the Economic and Monetary Union.

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REPORT: Open Government Partnership in the Czech Republic

On 24th of September we hosted a round table with Jeff Lovitt and Věra Řiháčková Pachta. The aim of the event was to present a progress and discuss major findings and recommendations of the OGP Independent Reporting (IRM) summarized in the Progress Report on the Czech Republic.

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What Role for the Czech Republic in EU Military Missions?

Ondřej Ditrych explores, in his latest policy paper, the role of the Czech Republic in EU military missions, seeking to capture how recent strategic trends play out for the Czech Republic.

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