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EU MONITOR: Czech Perception of the EU Defence Policy

In his latest EU monitor, Vít Havelka explores EU Defence Policy from Czech point of view.

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Brief on Covid-19: Do Czechs Want a Stronger EU or a Convenient Scapegoat ?

In his brief, our Christian Kvorning Lassen outlines the image of the European Union's actions during the Covid-19 outbreak, which are often misinterpreted or forgotten by Member States, with a focus on the Czech Republic.

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EU MONITOR: Examining Central and Eastern Europe’s Climate Policy through a Security Lens

In her latest EU monitor, Danielle Piatkiewicz explores Central and Eastern Europe’s Climate Policy through a Security Lens

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Just how much impact does the media have on elections?

Márk Szábó is writing in his blog about "Just how much impact does the media have on elections?"

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What’s wrong with the EU policy towards North Korea and how to fix it

Our senior associate research fellow Tereza Novotná wrote an article about the EU policy towards North Korea.

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(Dis)United towards a common goal: Can Democrats produce a candidate capable of defeating Donald Trump?

In his latest blog post, Žiga Faktor focused on the Democratic primaries ahead of this year's United States presidential election.

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Convergence of the EU and Turkey are at freezing point – causes and consequence?

Our intern Natálie Češková explores, in her latest blog, the question of "Convergence of the EU and Turkey are at freezing point – causes and consequence?".

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EU MONITOR: Brexit, now what? Examining the future of Central and Eastern European security post-Brexit

In her latest EU monitor, Danielle Piatkiewicz explores the future of Central and Eastern European security after Brexit.

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EU MONITOR: Has the time come for a Czech Regional Policy?

Over the past 5 years, the Czech Republic has experienced unprecedented GDP growth, moving the country from 83% of EU average GDP in 2013 to 91% of the EU average GDP in 2019. At the same time, the Czech wage increased by more than 7% in 2013 in the last three years. This phenomenon is addressed by our Vít Havelka in the latest issue of the EU Monitor.

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Czechs and the EU Brand: How do Czechs feel about the EU and what could change their mind?

This study is mainly based on a series of 12 brief surveys by Behavio research agency and on longitudinal research by STEM Institute for Empirical Research. The expert’s inputs were provided by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.

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