Hungary, Poland: the difficult choices ahead for the European Union

Nicolas Bouchet authored a policy paper on the confrontation within the EU over its liberal democratic standards, with a focus on the strategy that the Union could implement to face such issue.

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Hungary, Poland: the difficult choices ahead for the European Union

Náš Nicolas Bouchet vypracoval policy paper o konfrontaci v rámci Unie nad liberálně-demokratickými standardy se zaměřením na strategii, kterou by EU mohla uplatnit, aby čelila této problematice.

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The discreet charm of hypocrisy: An EU-Turkey Power Audit

Vladimír Bartovic has contributed with a chapter on the relations of Czech Republic with Turkey within this ECFR publication aimed to analyse at the relationship of the EU and Erdogan's Turkey.

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Czechs say NO to referenda on foreign affairs

Our Vít Havelka explores the results of the Czech Academy of Sciences' study on Czech attitudes towards direct democracy.

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What price do Serbia and Macedonia have to pay to save the EU?

Michal Vít analyses, in his latest policy paper, the state of EU cooperation with Serbia and Macedonia after the closing of the Balkan route, with focus on the role of the Czech Republic within the negotiations.

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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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REPORT: Seminar "Foreign Policy and Trade under Trump's Presidency: What's Next for the Transatlantic Relations?"

On 23 February our Tereza Novotna together with the London School of Economics organised a seminar on the topic of foreign policy and trade under Trump's presidency. The report is now available.

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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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Central Europe and the rise of nationalism

Náš Michal Vít přispěl k publikaci Barcelona Centre for International Affairs s názvem ''Illiberal Democracies in the EU: the Visegrad Group and the Risk of Disintegration'' s kapitolou o širším kontextu politického rozvoje regionu zemí V4 ve světle migrační krize roku 2015 a 2016.

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Environmental Policy in the Doldrums: The Climate (of) Deadlock in the U.S. Congress

Research fellow Helena Schulzova has contributed to a book called The United States as a Divided Nation with her article focusing on environmental policy.

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