"Being prime minister is still more than being a heavyweight in Brussels." Boss von der Leyen is falling apart Commission

The head of our Brussels office, Žiga Faktor, spoke to about the departure of Dutchman Frans Timmermans from the European Commission. The influential vice-president of the European Commission was lured by the prospect of the prime minister's chair in the Netherlands, and his boss, Ursula von der Leyen, has to manage without him. But her difficulties do not end there, a year before the European elections.

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Navigating the Indo-Pacific: Dealing with Geopolitical and Security Shifts in the Region

We would like to invite you to the in person debate called "Navigating the Indo-Pacific: Dealing with Geopolitical and Security Shifts in the Region" which will be held at EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, Staroměstké náměstí 4/1, Prague (Room "Minuta") on Friday, March 18 at 15:00.

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E15: Dutch PM wants to take EU money away from Poland. He wants to freeze Dutch money from Poland

Zdeněk Beranek, Director of the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, commented for the news portal E15 on the statement of Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on the rejection of the Polish National Recovery Plan. Poland would lose €36 billion, roughly CZK 914 billion, in EU funds. However, according to Zdeněk Beránek, such a scenario is not imminent.

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Is climate litigation paving the way for a more effective and fair climate governance?

Charlotte Bufano has published a blog post that focuses on the topic of climate change in relation to governments and their policies.

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ČRo Plus: The disunity of the European Union plays in favor of our rivals

The director of our institute, Vladimír Bartovic, spoke for Czech Radio Plus on the proposal of Germany and France for an EU meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, with whom the Netherlands and the Baltic states disagree.

Show more Climate neutrality? It will not be reached without nuclear energy, says a study initiated by Members of the European Parliament

Our research fellow Kateřina Davidová commented for the server on a study initiated by four MEPs concerning the climate neutrality, which focuses on the case of the Czech Republic and the Netherlands. Davidová emphasized that the goal of climate neutrality applies to the European Union as such, not to its individual member states.

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China is Successfully Changing the Narratives on COVID–19

Our intern Kristýna Kšírová writes a blog about China and its behaviour towards COVID–19.

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Eastern Monitor: The European Dream of the Western Balkans – 20 Years in a Limbo

The topic of the latest Eastern Monitor, prepared this time by our Jana Juzová, was the European dream of the Western Balkans.

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EU MONITOR: Eurozone Reform: A Victim of Political Economy

Linda Zeilina, in her latest EU Monitor, explores the topic of Eurozone reform from the perspective of political economy.

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INVITATION: The new European Commission – What to expect?

Accept our sincere invitation to the public debate that we co-organize under the Prague European Summit titled ''The new European Commission – What to expect?''. The event will take place on October 9th at 3 PM in the European House.

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