Martin Michelot, head of research at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, joins the V4 Revue’s debate on #humansonthemove, writing about the changing atmosphere in the Czech Republic: about complaining, solidarity and responsibility.
Serbia need to achieve full harmonization with the best European practices in the area of justice, freedom and security by 2020, writes Belgrade Security for Security Policy analyst Bojan Elek.
Alice Rezková, an analyst with the Assocation for International Affairs considers the reality behind the recent hype in Czech media over the possibilities of increased Chinese investment in the Czech Republic.
The prospect of EU membership provides the clearest roadpath for Albania, Montenegro, Macedonia, and Serbia to reform their institutions, writes PASOS Executive Director Vita Terauda in this blog post.
Austria’s plans to reimpose border control at the Brennar Pass could be considered as another both concrete and symbolic move towards a weaker European cooperation within the increasingly complicated solution to the migration crisis, according to an blog article by EUROPEUM analyst Alexandr Lagazzi.
The COP21 climate conference in Paris has finished and brought a historic agreement. What are its chances to succeed? And what areas were left out of the discussions altogether? Find out in a new blog post by Christian Kvorning Lassen and Kateřina Davidová of the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.
Christian Kvorning Lassen, a research fellow at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, writes how the refugee crisis has highlighted hitherto latent divisions within the EU, particularly amongst the V4 countries and Western Europe.