Jan Krotký and Petr Kaniok write about MEPs' Migration Debates

19.11.2020/ Jan Krotký and Petr Kaniok has recently published in prestigious journal European Security an article „Who says what: members of the European Parliament and irregular migration in the parliamentary debates“. The piece analyzes parliamentary debates and voting on migration that took place in the European Parliament. Based on combination of content analysis and set of binary logistic regressions, we the article argues that the left-right division, attitudes toward European integration, and especially the division between the new and old member states are the crucial structural determinants for delivering (human) security speech acts in the plenary speeches.

Jan Krotký and Petr Kaniok write about MEPs' Migration Debates

European Union as a critical juncture of Central and Eastern Europe

27.11.2020/ Vít Hloušek and Petr Fiala published a paper in European Political Science in which they discuss European integration as a new critical…

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Vratislav Havlík and Vít Hloušek on illiberal democracy in Central Europe

4.11.2020/ Vratislav and Vít contributed to monograph “Illiberal Trends and Anti-EU Politics in East Central Europe” (Palgrave) with a comparative…

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Vratislav Havlík and Vít Hloušek on illiberal democracy in Central Europe
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