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European Union

European Union

The European Union Research Program focuses on the EU institutions, European integration, the role and priorities of the EU Member States and EU's external relations. It is also a platform for regular assessment of the state of the EU and of the Slovak European policy. The program participates in the preparation of bilateral forums and reflection groups with practitioners and experts from other member countries. The EU Research Program also supports a wider debate on the European Union with the general public through various public events.

Experts

Events

15.06.2021  
The future of Europe: What role for Visegrad cooperation?
The future of Europe: What role for Visegrad cooperation?

Invited experts from V4 countries and other EU regions will discuss these topics and opportunities to establish deeper cooperation. To allow a deeper discussion, the workshop is divided into two panels: – Tuesday, 15 June, 10:00 – 11:30: EU in 2021: Potential for regional cooperation, or cacophony of interests? Assessing what lessons have the EU states learnt about their mutual cooperation […]

Projects

GaMCon- Gagauzian Modernization Convention
GaMCon- Gagauzian Modernization Convention

d implementation, while focusing to increase confidence building measures between ATU Gagauzia and central government of Republic of Moldova, and promoting synergies between the public and private sectors in order to enhance their abilities to meet consensus and thus mutual progress

International Crisis Management
International Crisis Management

The project aims to revive the public debate on ICM in Slovak and Central European region, follow-up on existing outputs and, last but not least, bring an updated quantitative and qualitative view on this issue.

More effective EU democracy and reform support with greater V4 engagement in the Eastern Partnership
More effective EU democracy and reform support with greater V4 engagement in the Eastern Partnership

The project seeks to ensure that EU foreign policy instruments exert a greater impact over democratic reforms in the EaP region while utilising transition sharing potential of the V4 countries. In cooperation with the V4 Presidencies, structures & stakeholders it will use the opportunity the current EU revision of its EaP policies and instruments provide and ensure a process of reflection and engagement of civil society experts in the process.

Publications

Yearbook of Slovakia’s Foreign Policy 2000

Summary of key aspects of Slovak foreign policy for a given year.

The Redefinition of the Transatlantic Partnership

Traditionally, the dominant agenda in transatlantic relations has been military security governed by the US and its nuclear preponderance. The “balance of threat” resulted in the primacy of the military sphere over the economic sphere. Since 1985 the US-EU agenda has changed fundamentally due to the disappearance of the Soviet- American security agenda, structural developments in the world economy, and the attempt on both sides to re-examine their respective roles in the international system with respect to the economic and security spheres.

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