POZVÁNKA: Fair and sustainable future of transport and buildings: Outlook for the Czech Presidency

Rádi bychom Vás pozvali ke kulatému stolu na téma "Fair and sustainable future of transport and buildings: Outlook for the Czech Presidency", který se bude konat 24. května 2022 od 14:00 do 16:00 hodin prostřednictvím platformy ZOOM. Organizátory události jsou Centrum pro dopravu a energetiku a Institut pro evropskou politiku EUROPEUM.

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INFO.CZ: The invasion of Ukraine cannot pay off for Vladimir Putin

Calm on the Eastern Front. At least at the moment. Our researcher Danielle Piatkiewicz has written an article for INFO.CZ in which she monitors the situation around the Ukrainian border with Russia over the past few weeks. US and European Union officials have warned that a Russian invasion could happen at any moment.

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Euractiv.cz: Half a year until the Czech Presidency. It will be more of a ''maintenance'' Presidency, experts say

Our researcher Zuzana Stuchlíková commented for Euractiv.cz on the upcoming French Presidency of the Council of the European Union. According to her, the French presidency will be more visible, unlike the Czech presidency, which is likely to choose the tactic of a "maintenance presidency".

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iDnes.cz: ANALYSIS: EU Presidency? The ability to negotiate and agree will decide

Our research fellow Vít Havelka wrote an analysis for iDnes.cz summarising the challenges of the Czech EU Presidency for the Czech government.

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POZVÁNKA: "Norway and the Czech Republic – Challenges on the Way to Sustainability and Decarbonization"

Dovolujeme si vás pozvat na debatu s názvem "Norsko a Česká republika - výzvy na cestě k udržitelnosti a dekarbonizaci". Debata se uskuteční online ve čtvrtek 11. listopadu v 18:00.

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iRozhlas: The new government means the end of the leaning towards Orbán, but not a radical change. The EU presidency will be crucial

In an article for iRozhlas, our researcher Vít Havelka contributed an analysis of European politics in the context of the new government, the Visegrad Group and the upcoming EU presidency. In his opinion, there will be a radical change in the rhetoric and the way of negotiation on the European stage, but we cannot expect big differences in the Czech vote.

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Energie bez emisí: How will an emission-free economy transform Czech industry and transport?

Our researcher Kateřina Davidová appeared on Energie bez emisí programme, where she talked about how we can best help Czech industry with the transformation, despite the fact that domestic companies are rather sceptical about the transition to an emission-free economy.

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Seznam Zprávy: The end of the myth of the "bad" EU. It rarely happens that the Czech Republic is outvoted

Our research fellow Vít Havelka commented for Seznam Zprávy on the results of a study on voting in the Council of the EU, which focused on cooperation in voting by individual member states within various groupings such as the Visegrad Four, Benelux and others.

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Lidovky.cz: Most of the events during the EU presidency will be hosted by Prague, leaving the regions with only unimportant crumbs

The director of our institute, Vladimír Bartovic, spoke in favour of the Lidovky.cz website about the Czech presidency of the Council of the European Union.

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Policy Paper: Témata: České předsednictví v Radě EU 2022

Náš výzkumný pracovník Vít Havelka se ve svém policy paperu snaží poskytnout přehled o tom, v jaké fázi příprav na předsednictví se Česká republika v současné době nachází, a konkrétně rozvádí, jaká témata by si Česko mohlo zvolit jako své priority. Metodologicky je článek rozdělen do tří samostatných částí, které odpovídají třem různým úrovním programové struktury: politické priority, priority na úrovni trojice a priority na úrovni veřejných služeb.

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