V4+ Security: Strengthening the Eastern Frontier of the V4: Bratislava Roundtable

On Wednesday, March 1st, the GLOBSEC Policy Institute's (GPI) Defence and Security Programme experts hosted more than a dozen of international security experts from 4 counties

Away from the spotlight: Balkan route and Visegrad approach to refugees in 2017

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27. Feb 2017  |  Migration  |  Central Europe  |  Event reports

On Wednesday, February 22, the Globsec Policy Institute (GPI) organised a regional workshop Away from the spotlight: Balkan route and Visegrad approach to refugees in 2017.

The Brief the Briefers

13. Feb 2017  |  Security and Defence  |  Event reports

On February 9th, within the framework of the Brief the Briefers program, GLOBSEC Policy Institute Research Fellow Tomáš A. 

V4+ Security Roundtable in Kiev

On December 7th, Reseach Fellows, Tomáš A. Nagy and Katarína Klingová represented our 

Security in Europe from a Visegrad viewpoint

On December 9th, GPI Research Fellow Tomáš A.

Can the V4 take the lead in the EU’s digital agenda?

15. Nov 2016  |  European Union  |  Event reports
The eighth meeting of an informal V4 MEP Caucus jointly organized by the Bratislava-based Globsec Policy Institute, Aspen Institute Prague and Res Publica Warsaw took place on Monday 14 November 2016 in Brussels. MEPs participating in the dinner included Michał Boni (Poland), Zdzisław Krasnodębski (Poland), György Schöpflin (Hungary), Vladimír Maňka (Slovakia), Olga Sehnalová (Czech Republic) and Dita Charanzová (Czech Republic).

Transnational meeting of the Slovak and German Reflection Groups

15. Nov 2016  |  European Union  |  Event reports

On 27th-28th of October 2016 a meeting of Slovak and German national reflection groups took place in Bratislava within the project New Pact for Europe.

Strengthening the Eastern Frontier of the V4

On Tuesday, October 11th 2016, the GLOBSEC Policy Institute (GPI) participated on roundtable discussion organized by the Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy (CEID) in Prague called: V4+ Security – Streng

Central Europe and the refugee question: Cooperation instead of confrontation?

7. Oct 2016  |  Migration  |  Central Europe  |  Event reports
Although the migration crisis has receded from the headlines, the issues raised by the crisis will not likely stay on the backburner for long. Between EU asylum policy, solidarity and trust issues, as well as member state identity and practical issues of integration, these topics are likely to resurface. With governments finding the political and public climate set in its ways, civil society is stepping in to develop pan-regional best practices.

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