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December 19, 2016 | Commentary
“As the refugee crisis broke out in the summer of 2015, the Czech Republic took over its presidency of the Visegrad Group. Thus, it was obligation of the Czechs to negotiate a common position of the V4 and organize meetings with other partners in the EU. Although the rhetoric of Prime Minister Sobotka was not as harsh towards refugees as that of his Slovak or Hungarian counterparts, Czech policies were not much milder,” Vít Dostál argues in his article in Visegrad Insight.
May 24, 2017 | Book
For the eleventh year, AMO has published its Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy, where the authors awarded Czech foreign policy in 2016 grade C. “Considering how dynamic 2016 was, strategic thinking in Czech foreign policy should have been more visible than ever before. But it was not,” write the editors in their introduction.
December 31, 2013 | Research Paper
May 31, 2016 | Commentary
During the March visit of the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, the Czech media were running a competition for the most pompous headline: “Chinese buying up the Czech Republic”. Alice Rezková answers whether the Czechs truly play such a significant partner for the Chinese in the EU.
April 13, 2017| Article
Like in other Central European states, the migration crisis has dominated the Czech media space since 2015. Unlike any time before, xenophobic and Islamophobic attitudes have left the margins and have literally flooded the Czech public space.The topic of islamophobia in the Czech Republic as the subject of Zora Hesová‘s article for 4liberty Review.