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Is there a common view of the V4 on EU? Look at the results of our research

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January 2018

Five most popular analytical contributions at our website during last month:

November 23, 2017 | Research Paper

Vít Dostál and Zsuzsanna Végh published a research paper examining trends of Visegrad European Policy. The authors aim to answer the question whether there is a common view of the Visegrad Group on key EU policies and the future of the Union. They detect what are the main areas in which the V4 countries are diverging, or which topics, on the other hand, they can speak with one voice. Over 450 politicians, diplomats, journalists, researchers, and other experts from the Visegrad Group countries that are involved in European policy answered the questionnaire.


December 31, 2013 | Research Paper

Vít Dostál confronts the results of a research project Trends of Czech European Policy with other views on partnerships and alliances applied on the case of the Czech Republic and the EU.


August 17, 2008 | Review

Read Michal Onderčo‘s review of Dominique Moïsi’s The Geopolitics of Emotion: How cultures of Fear, Humiliation, and Hope are Reshaping the World (New York et al: Doubleday. 2009. 177 p.).


April 7, 2015 | Article

“Beijing’s new commercial air route next to Taiwanese air force training areas is potentially dangerous. It is also yet another step in its quest to slowly change the status quo along China’s maritime border,” writes Michal Thim in his article on China’s then new commercial flight route.


December 13, 2017| Briefing Paper

“Over the last eight years, the EU’s eastern policy has gone through ups and downs and recently resulted in another high-level meeting of heads of states from the EU and EaP countries in the Belgian capital. The Brussels summit, as well as the policy itself, set of with high expectations, which were – for many – not met by the final declaration. Despite that, the Eastern Partnership has made a considerable progress and it is far from being doomed, or forgotten in the years to come,” examines Pavel Havlíček EU Eastern neighbourhood policy.