Diverging Voices, Converging Policies: The Visegrad States’ Reactions to the Russia-Ukraine Conflict
Three PASOS members contributed to the publication of this report, which seeks to stimulate further critical and constructive debate on the perspectives and positions of the Visegrad Group and its role within the EU.
Analysts from two PASOS member think tanks contributed articles to this Center for European Policy Analysis publication in which four experts elaborate on questions of the V4′s future on the 25th anniversary of the founding of the group.
Georgia, Ukraine, and Moldova should establish communications and coordination on European integration issues at the governmental level in order to send a signal to the EU, according to this Institute of World Policy analysis.
The EU’s Emissions Trading System should reflect more ambitious and decisive climate goals than the ones laid out in this year’s Paris Agreement, according to this EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy analysis.
Azerbaijan must dramatically diversify its economy in order for it to benefit from signing a DCFTA trade agreement with the European Union, according to this Center for Economic and Social Development paper.
Is ethnicity a meaningful category of employment policies for Roma? A comparative case study of Hungary and Spain
This Center for Policy Studies paper considers the potential of active labour market policies (LMP) to reach out to unemployed Roma populations in Hungary and in Spain.
Although more than half the citizens of the Western Balkans have confidence in the police, the institution is simultaneously also considered deeply corrupt, according to this POINTPULSE report.