Tag: Brexit

 

Report on AMO news and activitiesReport on AMO news and activities

September 1, 2016

This summary of news from the Association of International Affairs (AMO) includes an analysis of the Czech diplomatic corps, policy papers on Brexit, and reports on other AMO activities.

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A Crisis In ConfidenceA Crisis In Confidence

June 17, 2016

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.

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Czech Republic: A desire to accommodate British demands, but without treaty changesCzech Republic: A desire to accommodate British demands, but without treaty changes

November 20, 2015

It is a shared opinion amongst Czech political leaders that a Brexit would harm the EU as well as Czech interests, so we can expect that Prague will pursue solutions that will accommodate British reform demands, according to EUROPEUM Director Vladimír Bartovic, writing in a blog post.

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Brexit would damage Ukrainian hopes for a European futureBrexit would damage Ukrainian hopes for a European future

November 16, 2015

A British exit from the EU would do irreparable damage to the image of both the EU and Britain in Ukraine, weakening the hopes of millions of Ukrainians who hope for a better future, writes Institute for World Policy Director Alyona Getmanchuk in a blog post.

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What can the EU do to contain the risk of the “Brexit”?What can the EU do to contain the risk of the “Brexit”?

February 18, 2015

With a general election in the United Kingdom approaching, and a British exit from the EU (the so-called “Brexit”) still a conceivable option, this paper discusses the most probable post-election scenarios.

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