Martin Ehl

Twitter: @MartinCZV4EU

Visegrad Insight Senior Fellow. Martin Ehl is the Chief Analyst at Hospodářské noviny (Economic daily)


Who Will Win the Czech Presidential Elections?

10 January 2023

Why the Czech Republic Should Lead NATO’s Eastern Flank

12 December 2022

Who Viktor Orbán Really Is

22 November 2022

How Viktor Orbán Built the “New Hungarian” Identity

20 October 2022

EU History Is Being Made in Prague

2 September 2022

The EU’s Idealistic Facade Cracks

26 August 2022

Germany’s U-Turns Makes Czechs and Poles Look Elsewhere

12 August 2022

Five Reasons Why Ukraine Should Become a Candidate for EU Membership

21 June 2022

New EU in the World

29 March 2022

Not One, the West Needs to Win Three Wars in Ukraine

14 March 2022

What Caused the Successful Defence of Kyiv

4 March 2022

The Biggest Russian Weapon Against the West Is Corruption

25 February 2022

NATO Troops Could Threaten the Stability of the Slovak Government and Bring Fico Back

4 February 2022

The Polish Ambassador Agrees With the Czechs on Turów

12 January 2022

Reinvigorating the Czech-German Relationship

30 November 2021

Czechia and Poland: Relations Deep Down In The Coal Mine

20 October 2021

Change the Mindset

14 January 2021

The Best Recipe for Dealing with the New Biden Administration

1 December 2020

High Time for a New Technological Alliance

23 November 2020

Slovakia Treats the Pandemic Unlike the V4

15 September 2020

The Other Frugal Four

27 May 2020

An Era of Creative Destruction?

27 April 2020

Visegrad Money Song

14 February 2020

Shape of the Next MFF

17 October 2019

Pragmatism Trumps Militancy

14 March 2019

Our Identity Crisis

22 November 2018

Gas Geopolitics

29 September 2013