National Convention on the EU: Territorial aspects of the internal market in the global competition

Our researchers Vít Havelka and Zuzana Kasáková, together with project manager Kristína Chlebáková, prepared a background paper on the territorial aspects of the internal market in the global competition. What are the current trends in international trade affecting the functioning of the EU internal market? What instruments should the European Union use in its trade policy and how to appropriately balance the priority emphasis on free trade with an emphasis on sustainability? What is the future of relations with European partners outside the European Economic Area?

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Policy Paper: Time to Redefine the Terms and Conditions of the Transatlantic Relationship? – 2021 Transatlantic Policy Forum in Review

On November 18-19, 2021, the fourth edition of the Transatlantic Policy Forum took place. It was hosted by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy in partnership with the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the International Republican Institute (IRI), supported by the International Visegrad Fund, Friedrich Naumann Foundation, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. The aim of this Policy Paper is to provide a summary and analysis of the discussions that took place, while respecting the Chatham House rule and thus preserving the anonymity of the participants. This analysis aims to highlight and elaborate on the main findings of the participants.

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EU – Japan Economic Partnership Agreement: Strengthening economic ties as a way out of recession

Our intern Jana Záhořová wrote a report on this years second debate about the EU's relations with Japan and its progress.

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EU MONITOR: AUKUS to torpedo the EU-Australia FTA?

Tom Baker wrote the EU Monitor on the trilateral agreement between the US, UK and Australia. Following Australia's decision to join a new trilateral security pact with the United States and the United Kingdom, known as AUKUS, the EU-Australia free trade agreement is in danger of falling apart.

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Report: European Summer School 2021 "Europe's Pandemic Recovery”

In July 2021, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy organized already its 18th annual European Summer School in Prague. This year’s programme was focused on the European pandemic recovery and its perception as an opportunity for sustainable development and future resilience.

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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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ČT24: European Parliament about the Brexit deal

United Kingdom is leaving the EU officially on Friday, 31st of January. What is going to change with this date? How long will it take to negotiate a new trade deal? And what does the European Union lose in Britain's departure? Our research fellow Vít Havelka answered these and many more questions in the Studio ČT24 programme.

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EU MONITOR: An Arduous Path: Are Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania Ready to Join the Area?

Žiga Faktor authored an EU Monitor on the prospects of Schengen entrance of the states of Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania.

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EU MONITOR: An Arduous Path: Are Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania Ready to Join the Area?

Žiga Faktor publikoval monitor, ve kterém se zabývá otázkou možného vstupu Bulharska, Chortvatska a Rumunska do Schengenského prostoru.

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EU MONITOR: Czech Republic vis-à-vis climate change: critical dilemmas ahead?

Our Milan Urbaník is the author of our latest EU monitor on the Czech Republic's relation to climate change. Its aim is to explore where the key dilemmas lay and what trade-offs need to be made in terms of climate change.

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