Policy Paper: What climate will the German and Czech elections bring?

In the next Policy Paper, Lucie Vinařská writes about what changes in the fight against climate change may be brought about by the upcoming parliamentary elections, which will take place this autumn both in the Czech Republic and in neighbouring Germany.

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INVITATION: Prague Climate Talks: Climate as an electoral topic: Czechia vs. Germany

We would like to invite you to the Prague Climate Talks debate, organized by the Institute for European Policy EUROPEUM together with the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Prague and under the auspices of the United Nations Czech Republic. The media partner of the project is Deník N. On Thursday September 9, we will focus on Climate as an electoral topic. The event will take place from 17:00 to 18:30 online on our Facebook.

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ČRo Plus: By how much would it be necessary to increase the budget for the Czech Presidency of the European Union in order to be sufficient?

Our research fellow Vít Havelka talked about the issues of the Czech Presidency of European union in the Czech Radio Plus broadcast. The presidency is facing the problem of a small budget and the forthcoming parliamentary elections.

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ČRo Plus: How should the European Union change? The Conference on the Future of Europe is about people's views

Our research collaborator Zuzana Stuchlíková commented on the issue of the Conference on the Future of Europe on the Europe Plus program.

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The Transatlantic To-Do List: Biden's Progress Report

Last October, the third annual Transatlantic Policy Forum (TAPF) took place virtually. The Forum not only brought together a wide range of experts but provided inputs and interesting takeaways, including recommendations and a Transatlantic To-Do List, which outlined action points on how the US and the EU should approach the given challenges ranging from increased multilateral collaboration to further development of economic and security engagement. A little over 6 months into his administration, our EUROPEUM experts Danielle Piatkiewicz and Miroslava Pisklová have updated their Transatlantic To-Do List and their 100 day’s progress report to reflect on where Biden’s foreign policy stands now over a half a year into the new US administration.

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Eastern Monitor: Biden’s administration as a chance for a new start of US-EU cooperation in the Western Balkans

In her latest policy paper from the Eastern Monitor series, our research fellow Jana Juzová focuses on US President Joe Biden's foreign policy administration in relation to the EU and possible future cooperation in the Western Balkans.

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Euractiv: Czech public broadcaster’s independence threatened ahead of elections

In our Café Evropa debate, Věra Jourová, Vice-President of the European Commission, stated that she is worried about Czech Television. The Brussels portal Euractiv subsequently informed about the situation around the television, whose independence is in jeopardy. The article also informs about the possibility of replacing the director of Czech Television, Petr Dvořák, before the October parliamentary elections.

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Prague Climate Talks 2021 – debates about climate change

We are happy to announce the continuation of the Prague Climate Talks project – a platform for high-level discussion on the complex issue of climate change. The project will again host a series of debates with experts, professionals from varying relevant fields and the general public.

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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: Kosovans gave their country one last chance. The electoral earthquake swept away the war elites and brought hope for a better future

In her article for Info.cz, our research fellow Jana Juzová analyses the victory of the Vetëvendosje party! (Self-determination!) in Kosovo's parliamentary elections which took place mid-February.

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