The EU Foreign Policy Research Group was established in December 2016 by students and young professionals with the interest in the EU foreign policy. 


For five months, from January to May 2017, we were closely monitoring the situation in different regions of the world trying to identify developments with the biggest impact on the EU foreign policy.


During that time, we discovered new patterns and challenges that the EU faces and we described them in a separate publication. 


This piece, including our recommendation on how to tackle these challenges constitutes the final publication of the group and the essence of our activity. 


You can access the publication HERE



European Security Journal

Media freedom in Central Europe on the decline (Mon, 12 Nov 2018)
Independent media in the Visegrad region are becoming more and more constrained by various legal instruments, their ownership increasingly concentrated in the hands of a powerful few and even journalists themselves are being targeted and intimidated.
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Spending your vacation armed in the trenches: the reality of eastern Ukraine (Fri, 09 Nov 2018)
Packing up a rifle and a camo suit and spending their vacation time on the battlefront. This is the reality for the volunteers from the Ukrainian volunteer corps "Pravy Sektor".
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Austria to back out from the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (Wed, 07 Nov 2018)
On the 31 October, Austria’s government announced its decision not to join the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration aiming to ensure protection and assistance to migrants regardless of their legal status.
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