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Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe

The Eastern Europe program is focused on research of post-Soviet transformation and foreign policy of countries of Eastern Europe (Russian Federation and the Eastern Partnership countries), their interaction, cooperation and conflicts, bilateral relations of the Slovak Republic with these countries as well as relations of East European countries with the EU and NATO. Special attention is paid to EU policy towards East European countries, including the European Neighborhood Policy since 2004 and the Eastern Partnership since 2008. Research activities under the program are aimed at better understanding of domestic politics and foreign policy of East European countries and developing policy recommendations for Slovakia's foreign policy towards these countries in bilateral relations or on the ground of international organizations. The program also includes development projects implemented by RC SFPA in Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova, aimed at supporting reforms and their rapprochement with the EU.

Experts

Events

30.04.2021  
online
Opening conference of the project “Safe and Inclusive Border between Slovakia and Ukraine” (SIBSU)
Opening conference of the project “Safe and Inclusive Border between Slovakia and Ukraine” (SIBSU)

On behalf of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association (SFPA) we would like to invite you to a discussion on the subject of US Commitment to the Western Balkans – Present and Future. The event will be held on Thursday, September 2, 2021 at 17:30 (CET) through MS Teams Platform with Matthew A. PALMER, Deputy Assistant Secretary at U.S. Department […]

Projects

Economic Relations Between the V4 and Russia
Economic Relations Between the V4 and Russia

This project intends to undertake a long-term research on the state of economic relations between Russia and individual Visegrad countries. Its aim is to highlight possible changes and continuities in light of the crisis in Ukraine and assess in what ways commercial cooperation can affect political relations.

Energy Security and Strategic Communication
Energy Security and Strategic Communication

The project’s aim was to contribute to building «communication bridges» between civil and governmental actors in Visegrad and Ukraine, as well as to strengthen the capacity of interacting between multi-stakeholders in a case of an energy crisis.

GaMCon- Gagauzian Modernization Convention
GaMCon- Gagauzian Modernization Convention

d implementation, while focusing to increase confidence building measures between ATU Gagauzia and central government of Republic of Moldova, and promoting synergies between the public and private sectors in order to enhance their abilities to meet consensus and thus mutual progress

Publications

Eastern Enlargement of the European Union: Perspectives and Role of the East and West German Länder

The following study is based on my M.Phil. dissertation that I submitted at the University of Oxford in April 1999. I am grateful for the financial assistance from the Henry R. Kravis Scholarship and Maurice Latey Award that enabled me to carry out the research for this study. I would like to thank Timothy Garton Ash and David Hine for their guidance, advice and patience. I am also grateful to Vladimír Handl for his comments.

V4 countries in the process of EU integration of the – just en Alexander Duleba Peter Brezáni

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