INVITATION: Café Evropa online: The security situation in Eastern Europe - how much are we at risk?

We would like to invite you to the next debate within the Café Evropa series, this time on the topic "Café Evropa: The security situation in Eastern Europe - how much are we at risk?" The debate will take place on 3 February at 17:30. What are Russia's intentions in Eastern Europe? If diplomacy fails, is war with Russia a realistic scenario? Is the EU being bypassed on resolving tensions on Ukraine's borders? What exactly is Moscow seeking in relation to the Czech Republic and other Central and Eastern European states?

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Radio Z: Hundreds of Middle Eastern migrants detained in Germany near the border with Poland in recent days, they entered the EU via Belarus

Martin Vokálek, Executive Director of the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, commented on current events on the Belarus-Polish border. Precisely because of migration, Poland extended the state of emergency on the border with Belarus. The problem will be discussed by the European Parliament.

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Policy Brief: A “New” pact on Migration and Asylum? The European migration policy path-dependency

Our intern Agathe Helluin has written a Policy Brief on "A New Start on Migration": this is how the European Commission described the new pact on migration and asylum presented at the 2020 State of the Union speech in September. This new pact undoubtedly captures the expectation that the EU will fully reshape its migration policy by recognising its limits and shortcomings.

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Česká televize: EU does not face a migration crisis such as the one in 2015 and 2016

Deputy Director and Head of Research of EUROPEUM Christian Kvorning Lassen commented on the current migration situation in the EU for the Czech Television.

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INVITATION: Strengthening the transatlantic relationship in response to geopolitical challengers - Russia and China

We invite you to an online debate organised by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy as a part of Transatlantic Policy Forum (TAPF) and with support of International Visegrad Fund. The debate will take place online on June 7 from 17:30 on our Facebook.

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Info.cz: Question of Balkan borders

Our research fellow Jana Juzová commented on the current situation in the Balkans for Info.cz. In her article, our researcher explains the tense situation which escalated after two non-papers were published, concerning the possible redistribution of territories and border changes in the Western Balkans.

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INVITATION: Rethinking and strengthening NATO - how to prepare the Alliance for the future?

We invite you to an online debate organised by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy as a part of Transatlantic Policy Forum (TAPF) and with support of International Visegrad Fund. The debate will take place online on April 27 from 17:30 on our Facebook.

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Decarbonization of Western Balkans: Can Europe become climate-neutral by 2050?

In a blog post, Jovana Vancevska writes about Western Balkan region and its approach to the topic of climate neutrality and other environmental issues.

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RECOMMENDATIONS: The new Pact on migration and asylum and the future of migration policy

We bring you a summary and recommendations resulting from the National Convention on EU Affairs on the topic of the new Pact on migration and asylum and the future of migration policy, which took place on January 29 in an online environment and of which our institute is a professional guarantor.

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IDM Podcast: Global Warming Does Not Have Borders

Our research fellow Kateřina Davidová was a guest of the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe podcast which was focused on the topic of climate change, its implications for Central Europe and EU member states' environmental policies.

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