ČT24: EU leaders negotiate with Chinese leadership

EUROPEUM Institute analyst Alexandr Lagazzi spoke in the program Studia ČT24 about the summit between the European Union and China, which dealt with mutual future relations and economic ties. The conflict in Ukraine was the main topic of discussion on the EU side. It was China's hesitant stance and reaction to economic sanctions against Russia that was addressed, as well as China's rejection of NATO.

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E15: Dutch PM wants to take EU money away from Poland. He wants to freeze Dutch money from Poland

Zdeněk Beranek, Director of the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, commented for the news portal E15 on the statement of Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on the rejection of the Polish National Recovery Plan. Poland would lose €36 billion, roughly CZK 914 billion, in EU funds. However, according to Zdeněk Beránek, such a scenario is not imminent.

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POLICY BRIEF: Implications of the 2020 US Presidential Election on the EU and Czech Climate Policy

In her brief, Aneta Navrátilová writes about the implications of the 2020 US Presidential Election on the EU and Czech Climate Policy

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TA3: Blocking of European budget

The director of our institute Vladimír Bartovic was a guest of the TA3 television broadcast focusing on the new European budget proposal which has been blocked by Hungary and Poland.

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Info.cz: Another blow to EU unity. Bulgarian "blackmailing" threatens the accession of Northern Macedonia

In her latest commentary, our research fellow Jana Juzová focuses on the recent development of the EU enlargement process in the Western Balkans, especially on the Bulgarian rejection of membership talks with Northern Macedonia.

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RESPEKT: A stubborn stop, the rejection of the invitation to two Balkan states in the EU region to doubt what to do next

Our Jana Juzová commented on RESPEKT.cz in the article "Tough Stopwatch, rejection of the invitation to two Balkan states put the region and the EU in the question of what to do next"

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Between moderate progress and prolonged stagnation: The European Commission’s Reports on the Western Balkans

In the next entry of the Eastern Monitor series, our Marko Stojić deals with European Commission's reports on the Western Balkans and the potential candidate countries from the area.

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RTVS: Italy and its budget

Our Alexandr Lagazzi commented on the state of the affairs of the rejected Italian budget by the European Commission.

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Info.cz: Will Italy uphold its budget? If they show Brussels their middle finger, the sanctions will follow, expert says

Our Director Vladimir Bartovic commented for Info.cz on the first ever rejection of one of the EU members’ budget proposal by the European Commission.

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Andrej Babiš and the European Union: what to expect in 2018?

Andrej Babiš and his ANO movement emerged as clear victors of the Czech Parliamentary elections in October 2017. Now it's January 2018 and the results of upcoming presidential elections will have a major influence on the future direction of the country.

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