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EU Autumn of Discontent: What Awaits the V4?

Markovic, Frank
As summer slowly winds down, European leaders – both in Brussels and national capitals – are going to be exposed to challenges which they had temporarily shelved aside to be solved at a later date. Some of these issues, notably the refugee crisis and the upcoming EU referendum in the UK, are of a particular relevance to the region of Central Europe, and more specifically to the so called Visegrad Group (V4) countries – Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, and the Czech Republic. This article analyses how (if at all) the V4 can better coordinate their positions as a region at the EU level on the aforementioned issues.
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Contributor: Central European Policy Institute - http://www.cepolicy.org/
Topic: Politics and Governance
Economy and Development
Country: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia
Document Type: Featured Article
Year: 2015
Keywords: Asylum Seekers, Crisis, Migration, Migration Policy, Multiculturalism, Political Asylum, Refugees
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