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Central Europe

Central Europe

The program focuses on two priority areas. The first focuses on Slovakia's bilateral relations with neighboring countries - the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland, as well as Austria. The second area concentrates on existing formats of regional cooperation in Central Europe, with the primary emphasis on the Visegrad Four.

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.

Information warfare on the Internet
Information warfare on the Internet

The project is focused on monitoring online media, searching for common patterns and key subjects undergoing manipulation. The goal is to capture similarities and differences in disinformation strategies tailored at individual countries participating in the project.

Publications

Policy Paper: New START Treaty – State, future and implications for the EU and V4 Juraj Sýkora

In this policy paper "New START Treaty – State, future and implications for the EU and V4", written in cooperation with the Think Visegrad think tank, Juraj Sýkora, a Junior Researcher at SFPA, analyses the current state of nuclear arms control, the New START Treaty, what it contains and who it concerns. The policy paper also analyses the prospects until 2026, when the extension of the Treaty expires.

Implementation of Berlin Process in the Western Balkans Countries Tomáš Strážay

Policy study “Implementation of Berlin process in the Western Balkans countries” that is in front of you is a result of deep and committed work of all our partners and colleagues within the project, and it represents general overview of major facts within the analyzed area.

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