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  • What Europe Do We Want? Germany–V4 Forum Warsaw

    On June 22nd and 23rd, the Aspen Institute Central Europe, together with the Aspen Institute Germany organized the second event in the framework of Germany–Visegrad Forum. The workshop in Warsaw was…

  • Dobrou chuť, pokud právě čtete

    Nepřímé úměry často přinášejí překvapení. Jedna čerstvě odhalená je pak obzvlášť zajímavá: čím víc klesá naše ochota věřit médiím, tím dychtivěji je jako společnost konzumujeme. Co je aktuálně v…

  • Future of Digital Europe – Prague European Summit 2017

    Aspen Institute Central Europe joined the Prague European Summit on June 14, 2017. Ivan Hodáč, the President of ACE chaired a panel debate on Future of Digital Europe with Sarah Vormsby, Václav Mach,…

  • Call for participants: Aspen Young Leaders Program, October 2017

    The call for applications is now open – join us or nominate a leader! For the first time we also accept nominations of young leaders from the wider public.

  • Business Roundtable on EU–US Relations in Washington

    The Aspen Initiative for Europe with Aspen Institute CE co-organized a roundtable at Washington during the week of June 5, 2017. The aim was to learn in greater depth the views of business…

  • Generation Lost & Found – New Aspen.Review is out!

    We published the 2nd issue of our Aspen.Review quarterly, now with the title Generation Lost & Found: Visegrad Youth refuse to become their parents and don’t care about Fukuyama’s…

  • EU Stakeholder’s informal discussion on Brexit and EU–US

    Aspen Institute CE organized a closed roundtable discussion on the EU–US relations and the topic of Brexit on April 25, 2017 at Brussels. The session aimed to discuss these issues with the V4 MEPs…

  • Youth Becoming Protest Voters – Aspen Review Café

    The Aspen Review Café series, this time focused on the topic of the extremism of the young. Oľga Gyárfášová and Michal Vašečka, two guests, took part in the discussion on May 24, 2017 at Brno.

  • Trump Knows More about CE than He’s Given Credit

    Read an interview with Kenneth R. Weinstein about the relations of (Central) Europe and USA, which we released as a teaser of the second issue of our Aspen Review quarterly. The whole issue will be…

  • Kořan becomes Deputy Ex. Director at Aspen Institute CE

    A proficient expert on Central Europe, and a skilled researcher in international relations Michal Kořan becomes the Deputy Executive Director at Aspen Institute Central Europe (ACE) as of June 1,…

  • Ivan Hodáč pro Ekonom: První kolo je za námi. Ale co dál?

    Přečtěte si komentář předsedy správní rady Aspen Institute CE Ivana Hodáče pro týdeník Ekonom – První kolo prezidentských voleb ve Francii skončilo téměř podle očekávání. Emmanuel Macron a Marine Le…

  • Informal meeting with Jacquelline Fuller

    Aspen Institute Central Europe hosted on April 19, 2017 a fireside chat with Jacquelline Fuller, Managing Director of Google.org. The meeting gathered together representatives of the non-profit…

  • Central European Expert Forum in Zakopane

    Aspen Institute Central Europe took part in the Central European Expert Forum, held on April 20–22, 2017 in Zakopane. The Forum brought together representatives of V4 think-tanks, public…

  • What Europe Do We Want? Germany–V4 Forum in Prague

    Joint project with the The Aspen Institute Germany which aims at fostering mutual understanding in areas, where the countries have diverging positions, and to find common grounds despite the…

  • Report: Aspen Young Leaders Program March 2017

    Read the report from the fifth edition of the Aspen Young Leaders Program, which took place on March 2-5, 2017. More than thirty young leaders in business, public administration, the NGO sector,…

  • Aspen Young Leaders Program Vol. I 2017: Call for applications

    Apply to take part in the fourth edition of the successful program!

  • Art Match: Supporting Art in the Public Space

    Public Debate – Prague, Czech Republic

  • Prague Aspen changes name to Aspen Institute Central Europe

    The Prague partner of the international Aspen Institute network announced on January 24, 2017 a new plan of activities in the Central European region and the change of its name to the Aspen Institute…

  • Sustainable development in Poland, the Czech Republic, and the V4 region

    Poland and the Czech Republic compete in many areas, such as foreign investment, foreign trade or economic expansion abroad, however, there are some areas where the two countries could co-operate to&…

  • Czech Startups Report

    As part of the V4 Startup Survey, our Institute has implemented the Czech Startups Report 2016 comprising analysis and data on the Czech startup ecosystem. Read the report here.

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