Tag: EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy
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.
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.
EUROPEUM analysts Christian Kvorning Lassen and Kateřina Davidová offer their assessment of the recent COP21 climate conference in Paris, in this blog post written for Czech newspaper Hospodářské noviny.
The first issue of the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy’s new publication, Eastern Monitor, offers an analysis of the EU’s recent review of its European Neighbourhood Policy.
Analysts from two PASOS member organizations have contributed articles to a publication on the challenges posed by Eurasia to Eastern Europe.
This EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy paper matches political trends within the EaP states with short- and medium-term policy recommendations that the EU should be able to introduce through revisions to its democracy support instruments, mainly within the ENP and ENI reviews.