Tag: Kryštof Kruliš

 

A new “F” word that could make the old “F” word more acceptable to allA new “F” word that could make the old “F” word more acceptable to all

February 10, 2017

Association for International Affairs expert Kryštof Kruliš contributed to a book published by the European Liberal Forum with a chapter on European federalism in the post-Brexit era.

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Internal Market and the EU-Russia Sanctions: Examination of Practice in Visegrád Countries One Year OnInternal Market and the EU-Russia Sanctions: Examination of Practice in Visegrád Countries One Year On

August 14, 2015

The Visegrad Four countries should gradually limit market intervention and halt promotional campaigns based on nationalism to better cope with the impact of Russian sanctions against agricultural products produced in the European Union, according to this Association for International Affairs analysis.

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Building Common Trust – Recommendations for the Czech Presidency of the Visegrad GroupBuilding Common Trust – Recommendations for the Czech Presidency of the Visegrad Group

July 16, 2015

As the agenda of the Visegrad Group has become significantly Europeanized, the upcoming Czech Presidency of the V4 has bigger chance to influence policies at the European level, according to this analysis released by the Association for International Affairs.

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Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015

April 13, 2015

The Czech government should distance itself more strongly from Czech President Miloš Zeman’s views of the Ukrainian crisis and the Islamic State, as well as other issues, according to this Association for International Affairs annual report.

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Internal Market among V4 CountriesInternal Market among V4 Countries

February 12, 2015

The preservation of access to the EU’s internal market, its smooth functioning and further intensification of internal market integration are in the natural and vital interest of the Visegrad 4 countries, according to this Association for International Affair report.

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