RTV: Fall of the bulgarian government

Our research fellow Žiga Faktor commented on the fall of the bulgarian government in the main news programme of Radio Slovakia. The government there lasted only six months in power. One of the reasons for the fall is, among other things, the dispute over EU enlargement. According to our researcher, recent weeks suggest that Sofia is willing to back down from its Veto, which would give the stagnant enlargement process a new impulse. He also mentions that the political instability in the Balkans suits pro-Russian parties.

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Blog: A New Agenda for the EU Southern Neighbourhood?

Intern Kristina Gera wrote a blog on "A New Agenda for the EU's Southern Neighbourhood?".

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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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Transatlantic To-Do List: Bidenův pokrok po půl roce v úřadu

Loni v říjnu se virtuálně uskutečnilo třetí Transatlantic Policy Forum (TAPF). TAPF nejenže spojil širokou škálu odborníků, ale také poskytl inspirativní nápady a zajímavé závěry, včetně doporučení a tzv. Transatlantic To-Do Listu, který nastínil, jak by měly USA a EU přistupovat k daným výzvám od intenzivnější multilaterální spolupráce po další rozvoj hospodářského a bezpečnostního zapojení. Po půl roce prezidenství Joe Bidena, expertky Institutu EUROPEUM Danielle Piatkiewicz a Miroslava Pisklová aktualizovaly zprávu o dosavadním pokroku a plnění Transatlantického To-Do listu.

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What will Draghi’s government mean for Italy’s climate policy and the European Green Deal?

In a blog post, Charlotte Bufano writes about what Mario Draghi's government can mean for Italy's climate policy and the European Green Deal.

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Good practices and lessons learned from the Visegrad Four and Western Balkans

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy in association with Research Center of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, European Movement in Serbia, WiseEuropa Institute and Academy of European Integration and Negotiation published final Policy Paper about good practices and lessons learned from the Visegrad Four and Western Balkans.

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Good practices and lessons learned from the Visegrad Four and Western Balkans

Institut pro evropskou politiku EUROPEUM ve spolupráci s Výzkumným střediskem Slovenské asociace pro zahraniční politiku, Institutem pro zahraniční věci a obchod, Evropským hnutím v Srbsku, Institutem WiseEuropa a Akademií pro evropskou integraci a vyjednávání zveřejnil závěrečný Policy Paper o osvědčených postupech a poučeních získaných z Visegrádské čtyřky a západního Balkánu.

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POLICY PAPER: Albania – Serbia relations: Bridging over troubled waters

Gentiola Madhi and Jelica Minić published Policy Paper about Albania – Serbia relations: Bridging over troubled waters.

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POLICY PAPER: Vztahy mezi Albánií a Srbskem: Překlenutí problematických vod

Gentiola Madhi a Jelica Minić zveřejnili politický dokument o vztazích mezi Albánií a Srbskem: Překlenutí problematických vod.

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The European Union in Central Asia: Balancing Competing Actors and Opportunities for the V4 Countries

As a part of the Think Visegrad platform, Alica Kizeková published a policy paper about European Union's strategy in the Central Asia and the opportunities for Visegrad Four countries.

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