Russia Sanctions: Hardening Europe’s Economy

Research Partner at the Pan-European Institute Edward Hunter Christie explores ways to harden sanctions on Moscow that would be manageable for the West but very disruptive for the Kremlin’s ambitions.  

Donald Tusk as European Council President – What implications for the EU’s future?

Deputy Director and Head of Research at the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies Roland Freudenstein analyzes the implications of Donald Tusk’s appointment as European Council President.  

Remarks by Victoria Nuland at the U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum

On October 2, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland called for Transatlantic unity in her Keynote Address at the sixth U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum.

Remarks by Miroslav Lajčák at the U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum

On October 2, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign and European Affairs of Slovakia Miroslav Lajčák called for Central European leadership in his Keynote Address at the sixth U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum.

The Sixth U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum

On October 2, CEPA held the sixth U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum in Washington, D.C., featuring over 300 participants from 16 countries. The conference was dedicated to the theme of "Reviving Atlanticism in Central Europe."

CEPA Expert Discussion at U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum: ‘Toughening’ the Baltic-to-Black Corridor

On October 3, CEPA hosted an off-the-record expert discussion on how to secure Central Europe against Crimea-Style threats. The session was held at the Meridian International Center as part of the sixth U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum.

Small States and Geopolitical Change: The Case of the Czech Republic

CEPA's Wess Mitchell and Leah Scheunemann consider the role that the Czech Republic and other small Central European states can play in enhancing NATO's military preparedness in a post-Crimean security environment.

Strengthening U.S.-Czech Strategic Relations: A Roadmap for the Future

On September 11, CEPA and the Prague Center for Transatlantic Relations (PCTR) co-hosted the seminar: "Strengthening Czech – U.S. Strategic Relations: A Roadmap for the Future," in Prague.

Beyond the “Tipping Point": Realizing Romania’s Potential as a Regional Leader in Reform and Security

On September 9, CEPA hosted a seminar, "Beyond the “Tipping Point”: Realizing Romania’s Potential as a Regional Leader in Reform and Security," in Bucharest, Romania as part of its U.S-Romania Initiative.  

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11 September 2014

On September 11, 2014, the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) and the CEVRO Institute’s Prague Center for Transatlantic Relations (PCTR) jointly hosted the seminar “Strengthening U.S.-Czech Strategic Relations: A Roadmap for Future” in Prague, Czech Republic.

09 September 2014

On September 9, CEPA hosted a seminar in Bucharest, "Beyond the “Tipping Point": Realizing Romania’s Potential as a Regional Leader in Reform and Security," which brought together leading voices from the analytical, policy-making, business and non-profit communities from both Romania and the United States to discuss opportunities and perspectives for deepening Romania’s domestic development, regional leadership and transatlantic cooperation.

17 July 2014

Alexandr Vondra, former Czech Foreign Minister and Minister of Defense, has joined the Advisory Council of the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). Ambassador Vondra will contribute to the institute’s mission of promoting an economically vibrant and geopolitically stable Central Europe with close and enduring ties to the United States.