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GLOBSEC v Lampe Discusses Atlanticism in Central Europe
08.10.2014

GLOBSEC v Lampe Discusses Atlanticism in Central Europe

The first of public debates titled “GLOBSEC V Lampe” discussed whether the countries of the Visegrad Group are still pro-Atlanticist. Vice-President of the Central European Council, Róbert Vass; CEPI Senior Fellow, Marian Majer; Foreign Affairs Editor of the Pravda daily...

Martin Bútora Receives Czech and Slovak Transatlantic Award
23.09.2014

Martin Bútora Receives Czech and Slovak Transatlantic Award

Martin Bútora, the former Slovak ambassador in Washington and currently a foreign policy advisor to President of Slovakia Andrej Kiska, is the latest laureate of the Czech and Slovak Transatlantic Award (CSTA). The award is presented by the Slovak Atlantic Commission,...

GLOBSEC 2014 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY & RECOMMENDATIONS
09.09.2014

GLOBSEC 2014 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY & RECOMMENDATIONS

The Bratislava Global Security Forum, taking place in Slovakia from May 14–16, 2014, was dominated by the evolving crisis across the border with Ukraine. A select number of other topics also featured prominently on the agenda, such as the NATO...

CEPI Makes Suggestions Ahead of NATO Summit
03.09.2014

CEPI Makes Suggestions Ahead of NATO Summit

Three CEPI fellows, Jaroslav Naď, Marian Majer and Milan Šuplata, have outlined suggestions for Slovakia’s delegation at the upcoming NATO Summit in Cardiff. At a press briefing in Bratislava, they have said that it is in Slovakia’s interest to have...

Growth Agenda in the Spotlight at Tatra Summit 2014
12.08.2014

Growth Agenda in the Spotlight at Tatra Summit 2014

Key EU stakeholders will gather in Bratislava on 12-13 November at TATRA SUMMIT 2014 to discuss the new architecture of the EU and evaluate the strategic growth agenda. Changes in the leadership posts of the European institutions and their new...

Nominations open for Slovak innovators for the New Europe 100 list
12.08.2014

Nominations open for Slovak innovators for the New Europe 100 list

Res Publica together with Google and the Visegrad Fund, and in cooperation with Financial Times and dozens of institutions from Central and Eastern Europe, including Slovak Atlantic Commission are calling for nominations for the New Europe 100 project – a...

European Café Tour: Minority Issues Resonate in Moldova
05.08.2014

European Café Tour: Minority Issues Resonate in Moldova

As Moldova signs the Association Agreement with the EU, a lot of uncertainty remains among the Moldovans about what the gradual deepening of relations with the EU will mean for their country and their daily lives. As a recent survey commissioned by...

V4 Countries In the EU: Same Time, Different Stories
11.06.2014

V4 Countries In the EU: Same Time, Different Stories

Although the countries of the Visegrad Group joined the EU at the same time, ten years of their membership tell very different stories. This was a conclusion of panellists at the V4 and Germany: Towards a Closer Union debate organised...

The Slovak Atlantic Commission’s statement on President Obama’s new initiative
11.06.2014

The Slovak Atlantic Commission’s statement on President Obama’s new initiative

The Slovak Atlantic Commission (SAC) welcomes the recent visit of U.S. President Barack Obama to the Republic of Poland as well as his meetings with regional heads of state and government. We find it particularly important that, in a time when...