iRozhlas: Scholz's cabinet is an experiment seeking a new beginning. It wants modernisation and a tougher approach towards Russia and China

Our researcher Kateřina Davidová is featured in an article by, which focuses on what the new German government headed by Social Democrat Olaf Scholz promises to do when he replaces outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday after 16 years. What to expect from the new government in Berlin?

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ČT24: Angela Merkel's fourth term

Vít Havelka commented on Angela Merkel being elected to serve fourth term as German Chancellor.

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Europe awaits: German GroKo and what it means for European partners

The latest edition of our Brussels Monitor series and its authors Vít Havelka and Martin Michelot explore the impacts of German policy towards the EU after the forming of the Grand coalition.

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Minerva: Valg i Tsjekkia – Største populistiske gjennombrudd siden Brexit

Our Christian Kvorning Lassen contributed with his comments on the situation after the Czech legislative election 2017 for the Norweigan periodical Minerva.

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HN: Only democratic parties should participate in the government

Our director Vladimír Bartovic commented on the potential impacts the future government could have on the relationships with the European Union.

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ČRo Plus: German politics after the German federal elections

Our research fellow Michal Vít commented the results of the German federal elections in an interview for ČRo Plus.

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ČT24: German federal election 2017

Our director Vladimir Bartovic, in an interview for ČT24, commented the results of the German federal election.

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RTVS: Election of the federal president of Germany as a prologue to the parliamentary election

Michal Vít was a guest of Radiožurnálu on Rádio Slovensko (RTVS) on Wednesday, November 16. Current situation within the government coalition in the context of forthcoming presidential election was addressed.

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