E15.cz: Orbán emptied the state coffers before the elections. Next government will have to cut back

Réka Sulyok from the Institute for European Policy EUROPEUM described for news server E15.cz the current political developments in Hungary in the context of the upcoming parliamentary elections. The article discusses in more detail the position Hungary could potentially find itself in after the re-election of the current prime minister Viktor Orbán or, on the contrary, the consequences of a possible victory of the opposition candidate Péter Márki-Zay.

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iDnes.cz: ANALYSIS: EU Presidency? The ability to negotiate and agree will decide

Our research fellow Vít Havelka wrote an analysis for iDnes.cz summarising the challenges of the Czech EU Presidency for the Czech government.

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iRozhlas: Scholz's cabinet is an experiment seeking a new beginning. It wants modernisation and a tougher approach towards Russia and China

Our researcher Kateřina Davidová is featured in an article by iRozhlas.cz, which focuses on what the new German government headed by Social Democrat Olaf Scholz promises to do when he replaces outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday after 16 years. What to expect from the new government in Berlin?

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iRozhlas: The new government means the end of the leaning towards Orbán, but not a radical change. The EU presidency will be crucial

In an article for iRozhlas, our researcher Vít Havelka contributed an analysis of European politics in the context of the new government, the Visegrad Group and the upcoming EU presidency. In his opinion, there will be a radical change in the rhetoric and the way of negotiation on the European stage, but we cannot expect big differences in the Czech vote.

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Checkpoint: A Danish recipe for coping with a pandemic: people trust the government, it trusts them

European vaccination champion. This is what Denmark is talking about and how it is coping with the current coronavirus crisis. What makes the Danes so successful? What does their government communication look like and why do Danish citizens trust their government? These questions are answered in the Checkpoint podcast by Christian Kvorning Lassen, Deputy Director of the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.

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Hospodářské noviny: The EU's emissions target is the least the government can do

Our researcher Kateřina Davidová has written an article for Hospodářské noviny dealing with the summit of EU leaders, at which, among other things, several months of discussions on the form of the new EU climate goal for 2030 are to be concluded.

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Pravda.sk - Johnson's Brexit hazard play.

Our director Vladimír Bartovic spoke to the Slovak daily Pravda about Johnson's Brexit hazard play.

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Support to independent reporting on Serbia’s EU integration process with focus on the Chapters 23 and 24

We are proud to conduct a project focused on support to independent Serbian journalists reporting on Serbia’s EU integration process and specifically the obstacles in the key Chapters 23 and 24 which is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.

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Socialization of CEE Governments in the EU Environment - Who Shapes the Norms?

How current governing political parties consider the level of their socialization on the European political arena? Does the European environment shape their perception of national interests towards the EU or it is the a opposite way? Find out more in paper by Michal Vít.

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