ČRo Radiozurnal: Can relations between the European Union and Turkey be expected to improve?

The head of our Brussels office spoke about the current improvement in relations between Ankara and Brussels. He attributes Erdoğan's turn in rhetoric not only to the outcome of the US elections, after which Turkey lost a significant teammate, but also to the upcoming elections in Germany, which may result in a significantly less conciliatory chancellor than Angela Merkel.

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Info.cz: The adoption of sanctions against Turkey is a warning signal. What awaits the EU's key relations with Ankara?

In his commentary for Info.cz, the head of our Brussels office, Žiga Faktor, deals with the attitude of EU member states towards Turkey and its exploratory activities in the Mediterranean. He emphasizes Turkey's position as an important strategic partner of the EU and the efforts of European leaders to maintain positive relations.

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Winds of political change in Turkey?

In his latest blog, our Žiga Faktor focuses on Ekrem İmamoğlu's election win in the mayoral election in Istanbul and the future of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's presidency.

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In divided Cyprus, new tensions in decades-old dispute arise while history is made in the European election

Our Jiří Lacina explores, in his latest blog, the conflict over natural resources near Cyprus amidst the results of the EP elections

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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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ČRo Plus: Refugee crisis and EU-Turkey summit

EUROPEUM’s research fellow Michal Vít spoke in Rozhovory a komentáře about yesterday’s EU summit with Turkey, Ankara’s increasing demands and possible voluntary and involuntary quotas.

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EU has a role to play in the suspended UN Syria Peace Talks I.

After the suspension of UN Syria Peace Talks with the Syrian government and opposition in Geneva, read what Matthieu Crévecoeur thinks about such a development and its significance for both the role of the EU in the Peace Talks and the Union's need to understand better the regional dynamics.

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Another challenge for Europe: Fighting irregular warfare & exploitation of the NSAs

Europe, specifically the European Union, is now facing more pressing challenges than ever. Read a blog by Matthieu Crévecoeur in which he emphasizes the importance of staying united on both domestic and European level.

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French foreign policy has to be reconsidered

In the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks, French president Francois Hollande decided to intensify the French military operations to a level politically and financially unbearable in the long term.

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