Policy briefs on V4 views on the future of the EU are now available

September 26, 2017

The policy brief based on our roundtable discussion "The Future of the EU beyond Rome: Views from the Visegrad Countries" has now been published and is now available for download from the Latest Issues section of our CENS “EU Frontiers Policy Brief Series” here.

Forthcoming events at CENS, Fall and Winter, 2017

September 18, 2017

At the beginning of this Academic Year 2017/2018 we at CENS would like to inform you about our planned schedule of events until the end of 2017.

You will find detailed programs for each event and possibilities to RSVP at a later stage in our events section.

  • October 9, 2017, international conference: "Old and new engines of the EU: The shifting power amongst member states after Brexit"
  • October 19, 2017, roundtable discussion:“What Lies Ahead for German-V4 Cooperation?”

CENS intern at the Prague Student Summit

August 2, 2017

The CEU Center for European Neighborhood Studies intern Dilan Ezgi Koc represented the Hungarian delegate in the Prague Student Summit in 23 July-29 July 2017. The summit was for the Visegrad Model + Germany. The university students from those countries participated in a whole week-long, thoroughly prepared educational programme and formal debates and simulations. The agenda was as the following:

Article by CENS intern in Turkish Policy Quarterly

July 6, 2017

The CENS research intern Dilan Ezgi Koc published an article about the current Syrian conflict in Turkish Policy Quarterly journal with the co-author Dr. Serdar Guner from Bilkent University, Ankara. 

The piece is available here.

Op-Ed on Three Seas Initiative

July 6, 2017

CENS researcher Łukasz Janulewicz commented on the Three Seas Inititive on the EU policy portal EURACTIV. On the occasion of the initiative's Warsaw summit, he argued that the EU should drop its suspicion and embrace the project, because it is a sign of Central and Eastern Europe growing up.

The piece is available here.