Deník N: The COP26 conference is the last chance to alleviate warming, the participants of the Prague Climate Talks agreed

The upcoming COP26 conference was also addressed at the last of this year's Prague Climate Talks debates. The for a year postponed UN climate summit is often seen as a turning point. More attention will be focused on the world's major emitters such as the US and China.

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INVITATION: The Czech Republic's position in the EU after the elections - what direction will it take?

A new government will lead the Czech Republic after the recent elections. It will have to face domestic challenges such as high inflation and rapidly growing national debt, the transition to a low-carbon economy and the issue of affordable housing. At the same time, however, the Czech government will also face many important issues with European implications. The future direction of the Czech Republic within the EU will be another topic of Café Evropa debates.

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Emerging Europe: Despite new Warsaw-Brussels feud, there will be no Polexit

The Director of Europeum Institute for European Policy Zdeněk Beránek contributed to an article on the current relations between Poland and the European Union. The article refutes predictions of Poland's imminent departure from the EU and covers, among other things, the disputes over the Turów mine.

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INVITE: EU PACIFIC TALKS: EU – Japan Economic Partnership Agreement: Strengthening economic ties as a way out of recession

We would like to invite you to another part of six debates in the EU-PACIFIC Talks series. The debate will take place online on Tuesday 26th of October at 10:30am on our Facebook page.

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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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The Brussels Times: Amid Pandora Papers fallout, can Pirates take over the Czech Republic?

Our researcher Jana Juzová commented on the position of the Pirate Party in the Czech political environment. What is their success and why they are the only relevant progressive choice?

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National Convention on the EU: Sustainable mobility in the context of the "Fit for 55" package

Our Institute is the expert guarantor of the National Convention on the EU on Sustainable Mobility in the context of the "Fit for 55" package, which will take place on Friday 15 October in a hybrid format.

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Hospodářské noviny: We cannot do without V4, says Babiš as well as the opposition. But a new analysis shows that the alliance doesn't really work

Both the government and the opposition agree on the need to emphasize partnership and cooperation between the Visegrad countries. Our researcher Vít Havelka commented on the position of the Czech Republic within the V4 in an article in Hospodářské noviny.

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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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Blog: A New Agenda for the EU Southern Neighbourhood?

Intern Kristina Gera wrote a blog on "A New Agenda for the EU's Southern Neighbourhood?".

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