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Section: Trans European Policy Studies Association (EU)

    An effective antidote: The four components that make Finland more resilient to hybrid campaigns, Charly Salonius-Pasternak (FIIA, Finland)
    Oct24

    An effective antidote: The four components that make Finland more resilient to hybrid campaigns, Charly Salonius-Pasternak (FIIA, Finland)

    Russia’s actions in Ukraine reminded many that states use a mixture of tools to achieve their political objectives. Analytically troublesome but politically useful terms such as hybrid war emerged. Russia’s neighbours were thought to be particularly vulnerable. Yet Finland is structurally relatively resistant to hybrid campaigns due...

    Key Issues and Policy Recommendations by The Eighth International Conference  “Human Rights and Security Sector Governance: Ukraine’s Reform Challenges” (Razumkov Centre, Ukraine)
    Oct20

    Key Issues and Policy Recommendations by The Eighth International Conference “Human Rights and Security Sector Governance: Ukraine’s Reform Challenges” (Razumkov Centre, Ukraine)

    This publication offers the Key Issues and Policy Recommendations based on the results of the Eighth International Conference “Human Rights and Security Sector Governance: Ukraine’s Reform Challenges”, Held 21-22 June 2017 in Kiev. Since 2014, Ukraine’s security sector has been undergoing reforms. The implementation of state reforms...

    Razumkov Centre Conducted the 9th International Conference “Reforms of Ukraine’s Security Sector: Achievements, Lessons Learned, Prospects”
    Oct20

    Razumkov Centre Conducted the 9th International Conference “Reforms of Ukraine’s Security Sector: Achievements, Lessons Learned, Prospects”

    On 10-11 October 2017, Razumkov Centre Conducted the 9th International Conference “Reforms of Ukraine’s Security Sector: Achievements, Lessons Learned, Prospects”. This conference was organised by DCAF and Razumkov Centre in the framework of the project “Monitoring Ukraine’s Security Governance Challenges” with the financial support...

    Viktor Musiiaka Awarded the Highest Distinction of the Ukrainian Bar Association
    Oct20

    Viktor Musiiaka Awarded the Highest Distinction of the Ukrainian Bar Association

    On 9 October 2017, the Ukrainian Bar Association conferred to Viktor Musiiaka, Scientific Consultant of the Razumkov Centre, its highest distinction – the Award of Ukrainian Bar Association “For Honour and Professional Dignity”. Each year, this award is presented to a legal practitioner with perfect reputation and major professional achievements....

    Yurii Yakymenko participates in the International Round Table “Before and After Elections – Is the Populism Receding?”
    Oct20

    Yurii Yakymenko participates in the International Round Table “Before and After Elections – Is the Populism Receding?”

    On 4 October 2017 took place the international round table “Before and After Elections – Is the Populism Receding?” organised by the Adenauer Foundation Office in Ukraine and the Embassy of the Republic of Austria in Ukraine. In the work of the round table took part the Deputy Director General – Director of Political and Legal Programmes of the...

    Key Issues and Policy Recommendations by the Second International Conference  “Security Sector Governance:The Role of Democratic Institutions & International Best Practices” (Razumkov Centre, Ukraine)
    Oct20

    Key Issues and Policy Recommendations by the Second International Conference “Security Sector Governance:The Role of Democratic Institutions & International Best Practices” (Razumkov Centre, Ukraine)

    This publication offers the Key Issues and Policy Recommendations based on the results of the Second International Conference “Security Sector Governance: The Role of Democratic Institutions & International Best Practices”, held 16-17 March 2016, in Kiev. This publication offers the Key Issues and Policy Recommendations based on the results...

    The Revised European Neighbourhood Policy: Continuity and Change in EU Foreign Policy, Dimitris Bouris and Tobias Schumacher (eds.) (College of Europe, Natolin)
    Sep23

    The Revised European Neighbourhood Policy: Continuity and Change in EU Foreign Policy, Dimitris Bouris and Tobias Schumacher (eds.) (College of Europe, Natolin)

    Dimitris Bouris and Tobias Schumacher (eds.), The Revised European Neighbourhood Policy. Continuity and Change in EU Foreign Policy, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 306p, 2017 This book analyses the revised European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) which entered into force in May 2011, thereby replacing its predecessor of 2003/2004. The edited volume...

    IEP launches new project “Platform for Analytics and Intercultural Communication” (PAIC)
    Jul18

    IEP launches new project “Platform for Analytics and Intercultural Communication” (PAIC)

    The IEP’s new project “Platform for Analytics and Intercultural Communication” (PAIC) addresses Ukrainian think tanks. Its aim is the promotion of professional competences of Ukrainian think tanks, the knowledge transfer about processes in Ukraine to Germany, and the strengthening of German-Ukrainian think tank- cooperation. Read more here....

    The Revised European Neighbourhood Policy. Continuity and Change in EU Foreign Policy, Dimitris Bouris and Tobias Schumacher (CoE, Natolin)
    Jul18

    The Revised European Neighbourhood Policy. Continuity and Change in EU Foreign Policy, Dimitris Bouris and Tobias Schumacher (CoE, Natolin)

    This book edited by Dimitris Bouris and Tobias Schumacher analyses the revised European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) which entered into force in May 2011, thereby replacing its predecessor of 2003/2004. The edited volume provides a structured and comprehensive overview of the most recent developments in EU foreign policy (EUFP) towards the...

    3R Project interviews: unique research materials on modern history of Ukraine published online
    Jul18

    3R Project interviews: unique research materials on modern history of Ukraine published online

    A collection of interviews with participants, politicians, journalists and representatives of NGOs gathered within the framework of the project “Three Revolutions – A study of Protest Movements in Post-Soviet Ukraine (1990-2014)” has been made publicly available on the 3R Project website. You can find them at the following here. …read more...

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