Slovak Foreign Policy Association
The Slovak Foreign Policy Association is a foreign policy think-tank based in Bratislava, Slovakia. Since 1993 our mission has been to conduct high-quality, independent research and, on the basis of that research, to provide innovative practical recommendations for policy- and decision-makers.
Expert advice for making qualified decisions.
Research activity in the field of foreign policy.
Projects aimed at democratization and European integration of the Balkan and Eastern Partnership countries.
Organizing discussions and conferences on current foreign policy topics.
Educational activities in schools and for the general public.
Outputs for media and operation of the portal zahranicnapolitika.sk.
Eight visiting fellowships available for Autumn or Winter of 2023.
Who will help Ukraine?
Formulating the future vision of the EU in the context of Russian aggression against Ukraine
The purpose of the annual CEEC conference is to discuss and assess topical issues relating to energy and climate policy in Central Europe in an EU policy development context. The CEEC conference has two ambitions: first, to bring together leading stakeholders from Central Europe’s energy sector, and second, to help find better energy and climate policy solutions for the EU and for Central Europe.
Foresight-based project on trajectories for the Western Balkans
The aim of the project is to analyse the conclusions of the reflection group published in the document NATO 2030: United for a New Era and to make recommendations. Results of the project as well as our active participation in ensuring the Alliance's security and defence are communicated continuously.
This project is funded by the European Social Fund. Find all the information about operational program on www.reformuj.sk.
A summary of key aspects of Slovak foreign policy for the year.
This bilingual publication is the first of its kind to explore the story of Slovak-British relations in modern history. It is a tribute to the first thirty years of mutual diplomatic relations.