INVITATION | Café Evropa online: 35 years with the Erasmus programme - why is it worth going abroad for an experience?

We invite you to an online debate as part of the Café Evropa series, this time on the topic "35 years with Erasmus - why is it worth it to go abroad for an experience?" The debate will take place on Thursday 13 October at 17:30 online on our Facebook page.

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iDNES.cz: China's electric car wave will overwhelm Europe, warns analysis

The driving force of the electric car market is no longer Europe or the United States, but China. It is now trying to push its production into Europe, but the European current production infrastructure is not capable to face the challenge. While the debate about electric cars is mainly limited to environmental friendliness and price for consumers, the future of global competition is often neglected. This is what our researchers Vít Havelka and Michal Hrubý point out in a new analysis on electromobility. To safeguard its automotive industry, Europe needs to work on improving its battery production capacities, as well as its supply chains for primary raw materials, the experts say.

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FLEET | Future Leaders Europe Evening Talks 2022

Registration for the third year of the FLEET project is open!

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Radio Slovensko: Italy has been hit by an expected political earthquake.

A right-wing coalition triumphed in early elections for the first time since the end of the Second World War, with the most successful party being the Brothers of Italy, led by the controversial Giorgia Meloni. Is the incoming prime minister a populist or will she commit to serious politics? Why is the European Union itself worried about her victory? Our research fellow Alexandr Lagazzi contributed to the debate.

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TA3: Italy's elections turned out as expected. The Brothers of Italy party led by Giorgia Meloni won by a convincing margin

One of the other evaluation of the Italian elections by our research associate Alexandre Lagazzi. In this interview, he discusses the election results, the future of Italy after the elections, which parties will form the Italian government, and whether or how support for Ukraine will continue.

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ČRo: Giorgia Meloni is very likely to become Italy's new Prime Minister

As expected, Italians chose the right in the early elections. According to commentators, the winner of the election is clearly the Brothers of Italy party, whose leader Giorga Meloni has already announced that she is ready to govern. Our research associate Alexandr Lagazzi also analysed this topic for Český rozhlas.

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RTV: Italy's elections are won by a right-wing bloc

The winner of the Italian elections is now clear, where will the change come? Who is Giorgia Meloni? What can Italians expect from the new government? And how has this election been affected by the war in Ukraine and the looming energy crisis? Our research associate Alexandre Lagazzi commented on these questions and the election results.

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TA3: How will Italy look after the elections?

The right-wing party is leading in the pre-election polls. Italy may have a government unlike any it has seen since Mussolini. Our research associate Alexandr Lagazzi spoke to Slovak TV station TA3 about the campaign and what is in store for Italy after Sunday's elections.

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Kam pak?: The EU throws money at us and we don't use it, says an expert on climate and energy

Energy and climate crisis, rising electricity prices. Is the European Union taking sufficient and correct steps in this energy situation? In podcast Kam pak? our senior researcher Kateřina Davidová commented on the current situation and the future. In the podcast, they discussed the current rising energy prices, the green transformation and different approaches to sustainability.

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E15: The new Italian government must continue with reforms. Support for Ukraine in Rome will probably recede

One of our research associate, Alexandr Lagazzi, commented on the upcoming Italian elections for E15. According to pre-election polls, it can be assumed that the right-wing coalition led by Giorgia Meloni will win the elections. However, according to experts, this result could represent a significant risk for the Italian economy, the drawing of contributions from the EU and the supply of weapons to Ukraine.

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