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23.06.2016 | Benjamin Tallis
Fear and loathing in the UK
Benjamin Tallis commented for various media on today's referendum in the UK. He explains that however distant the UK's debate may seem, it has several implications for the Czechs and the Czech Republic as well.
21.06.2016 | Jan Kovář
Desatero brexitu
Víte co by znamenal brexit pro Evropu a evropskou bezpečnost a ekonomiku? Nakolik by byla ovlivněna možnost pracovat ve Velké Británii? A jaké by byly dopady pro samotnou Velkou Británii? Je vůbec možné překonat rozdělení britské společnosti?  Jan Kovář v sérii mediálních vystoupení přináší odpovědi na tyto i další  otázky a podává analýzu možných dopadů brexitu v různých oblastech.
21.06.2016 | Benjamin Tallis
The British EU Referendum and the Tragic death of Jo Cox MP
Benjamin Tallis, Co-ordinator of the Centre for European Security of  the Institute of International Relations and Editor in Chief of the New Perspectives journal, spoke on Czech Television about the possibility of Brexit and the tragic death of Jo Cox. How divided and emotional is Great Britain before the crucial decision? And did David Cameron make a big mistake in calling for a referendum? Find out in the interview
Prioritäten neu definieren
Ein Jahr lang hat Tschechien die Visegrád-Gruppe (V4) geleitet, dies ist ein lockerer Zusammenschluss vier mittelosteuropäischer Staaten. Ende des Monats übergibt Premier Bohuslav Sobotka den Vorsitz an seine polnische Kollegin Beata Szydło. In den vergangenen sechs Monaten waren die Visegrád-Staaten innerhalb der Europäischen Union vor allem dadurch zu hören gewesen, dass sie die Flüchtlingsquoten abgelehnt haben. Wie fällt nun die Bilanz des tschechischen Vorsitzes aus? Und wie ist es allgemein um die Kooperation in Mitteleuropa bestellt? Dazu ein Interview mit dem Politologen Michal Kořan vom Prager Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen.
Prague and Vienna are now focusing on positive issues
Austrian President Heinz Fischer is in the Czech Republic on a two-day visit. Michal Kořan was asked by Daniela Lazarová from Radio Prague to assess the present state of Czech-Austrian relations and to what extent they are burdened by issues such as the Beneš decrees or nuclear power.
21.03.2016 | Tamás Lattmann
Migration State of Emergency
The Hungarian government has decided to declare a “migration state of emergency”, a legal option that had been made possible due to some badly criticized changes in Hungarian law during last autumn. Paralel to this, a national referendum is initiated by the government against the obligatory settlement of aliens to Hungary. The interview with Tamás Lattmann examines if the legal conditions of the introduction of this state of emergency are met, its possible legal consequences and the issue of national referenda.
09.03.2016 | Tamás Lattmann
EU-Turkey Summit
There are mixed expectations and varying political positions before the Turkey-EU meeting and the EU summit dealing with the current migration crisis. While some member states seem to actively look for solutions, some use it for domestic political purposes. The Hungarian government is one of the latter - what possible results can they expect from the Brussels meetings? This was the topic of an interview of our new Research Fellow Tamás Lattmann for the Hungarian ATV.
Visegrad is at a crossroads
A Visegrad Four summit on migration in Prague, at which member states and representatives of Bulgaria and Macedonia are discussing ways to enforce Balkan borders has raised hackles in Germany which fears these plans could undermine the EUs agreement with Turkey. With an EU summit on migration just days away and some German commentators predicting a clash between Chancellor Merkel and the Visegrad group, Daniela Lazarová from Radio Prague asked our V4 expert Michal Kořán for his take on the matter.
British PM to push EU reform goals on Prague trip
"Britain’s possible exit from the EU will be one of the big European issues this year. The Czech Republic, currently heading the Visegrad Four group, has suggested it’s willing to see some reforms that could help keep Britain in. But how far are Prague and its neighbours willing to go?" Find out in an interview with Benjamin Tallis broadcasted by Radio Prague.
23.12.2015 | Lukáš Tichý
The European Union as an Actor in Energy Relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran
The final phase of the nuclear negotiations with Iran has coincided with a profound crisis in the EU-Russia relations. Due to the crisis in Ukraine, the uncertainty about European energy security has increased significantly. Against this background, Iran, with its vast natural gas resources, might become a new supplier to the European gas market. Consequently, the relations between the EU and Iran are becoming increasingly important. The main aim of this article is to analyse the relations between the EU and Iran in the energy sector through the concept of actorness.

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