Podcast nr 2: Energy policy of Poland and the Czech Republic until 2050.

Michal Hrubý, a research fellow at our Institute, provided a video commentary for podcast hosted by the Economic Forum / Forum Ekonomiczne. Will the green transformation be an easy task? How is the war in Ukraine pushing us towards a faster green and digital transformation? Michal Hruby talks about that in his commentary.

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iRozhlas: 'Fresh' first month of the presidency. The Union is relieved that the Czechs have negotiated even a problematic point like gas

In their article on the current European energy policy, iRozhlas.cz refers to the study Gas in Numbers - European solidarity with gas: where does the Czech Republic stand?, which was prepared for EUROPEUM by our researcher Michal Hrubý. Michal Hrubý also commented in more detail for iRozhlas on the necessity of building energy independence from Russia, reducing annual consumption and Czech interests.

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EURACTIV: Reform of European elections or the whole EU. Czech Presidency opens sensitive topics in Prague

The Czech Republic, in its role as the presiding country, will have to deal with the European Parliament's proposal to launch the so-called Convention - the process of treaty change. Minister Bek announced that he would send a questionnaire to his European colleagues to find out which proposals could be implemented with or without changing the Treaties. Our researcher Zuzana Stuchlíková commented on the questionnaire initiative for Euractiv.

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Le Figaro: Eurosceptic Czech Republic takes over EU reins

Žiga Faktor, head of our Brussels office, commented on the Czech EU Presidency for the French daily Le Figaro.

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ČRo Plus: Environmental impact of the war in Ukraine

Our researcher Kateřina Davidová commented on the development of energy markets, the strategic package Fit for 55, as well as the agenda of the Ministry of the Environment during the Czech EU Presidency for Czech Radio Plus.

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Deník N: Graduate or crisis manager? What the Czech Republic can (not) influence in the EU Council Presidency

Eighteen years after joining the European Union, the Czech Republic assumes the Presidency of the Council of the EU for the second time. Our Senior Research Fellow Vít Havelka commented for an article in Deník N on the role of the presidency, which in his opinion can be divided into two parts, namely legislative and political.

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LE SOIR: We are fighting about four hundred kilometres from the Czech border, so the war will take priority.

Vít Havelka, Senior Research Fellow at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, was interviewed by the Belgian daily Le Soir. In particular, he discusses what is the main priority of the Czech Presidency, how it will be reflected at the European level and what will ensure the success of this Presidency.

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ČRo Plus: Evaluation of Prime Minister Petr Fiala's speech

Our researcher Zuzana Stuchlíková gave an interview for ČRo Plus on the evaluation of the speech of Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala in the European Parliament. According to her, Prime Minister Fiala fulfilled what was expected of him.

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Visegrad Insight Podcast: Are Czechs or Slovaks Downplaying the V4 Presidency?

Our Senior Research Fellow Jana Juzová was a guest on a podcast hosted by Visegrad Insight, where she discusses the launch of the Czech EU Presidency and the Slovak Presidency of the Visegrad Group.

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Visegrad Insight Podcast: Zlehčují Češi nebo Slováci předsednictví V4?

Naše seniorní výzkumná pracovnice Jana Juzová byla hostem v podcastu pořádaný redakcí Visegrad Insight, kde se zabývá zahájením českého předsednictví EU a slovenského předsednictví v rámci Visegrádské skupiny.

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