– 12.12.2022

Analysing Europe Today: East-West relations

3 dates in November and December 2022, online

Since February 2022, tremendous changes in the East-West political relations have been observed. The war in Ukraine and possible conflict on a global scale attract the attention not only of policy makers. The consequences have already affected many people worldwide – emotionally, economically and humanly.

So what are the prospective scenarios for the further development of political relations not only between the EU and Russia but also other global players?
What are the foreseen short-term and long-term impacts of Putin's energy policy on the European market and the EU Green Policy?
And which role play NGOs and civil society in the war and how can (or cannot) media contribute to resolving the crisis?

These are the questions we are going to be tackling and discussing in the course Analysing Europe Today: East-West relations. 
Register for the course here:

Session 1: Europe: where are we today and how do we see its tomorrow? The new constitution of East-West political relations and scenarios for future development.
Monday, November 28, 2022, 5 PM - 7 PM CET
Andreas Vasilache, Bielefeld University 
Pawel Karolewski, University Leipzig 

Session 2: Energy policy in Europe: New challenges, new constellations, new approaches to energy policy.
Monday, December 5, 2022, 5 PM - 7 PM CET
Zbyněk Dubský, Prague University of Economics and Business

Session 3: The crucial role of NGOs, civil society, freedom of the press and freedom of opinion in society.
Monday, December 12, 2022, at 5 PM - 7 PM CET
Dr. Olga Plakhotnik, Universität Greifswald
Dr. Elena Belorukova
Dr. Andrey Demidov, Bertelsmann Foundation



Internationale Politik, Sicherheitspolitik, Aktuelle gesellschaftspolitische Herausforderungen,

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