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PHD Zlatko HADŽIDEDIĆ
Professor Dr. Zlatko Hadžidedić - the founder and director of the Center for Nationalism Studies in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina - shared from his insight on nationalism as an ideology and its implementation in the Balkans, in the interview below.
25/01/2021 Free Readings Region: Western Balkans Topic: Geopolitics
Monika Hohlmeier
Faced with new challenge represented by the need to manage the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and the growing pressure of the Eurosceptic populist movements, the European Union was forced to provide both an immediate response, which could reflect the ability of the Member States to act according to the principle of solidarity and a medium term solution as part of the Multiannual Financial Framework for the years 2021 to 2027, a solution reflecting the vision of the 27 member states on the future of the European construct.
22/01/2021 Free Readings Region: European Union Topic: Various
Iulia Monica OEHLER-ŞINCAI
The present synthesis highlights a number of new features of the international relations system and reveals restrictive measures taken by both developed and developing/emerging countries in the field of foreign direct investment , before the COVID-19 pandemic and also under its influence.
22/01/2021 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Various
Dr. Ion I. JINGA
I believe that the knowledge of the past facilitates the understanding of the present and helps anticipate the future.
There are decisive moments in the evolution of nations, which mark their destiny and remain a landmark for generations to come.
21/01/2021 Free Readings Region: European Union Topic: Various
Dr. Angela GRĂMADĂ
Following the important victory of Maia Sandu against Igor Dodon in the runoff of the presidential elections on the November 12, 2020 the mandate of the president-elect faces major challenges, both domestic and foreign. Moldovan citizens and the Western partners of the Republic of Moldova expect the new administration to adopt sustainable reforms, combat corruption, develop the economy, recalibrate the relation with the Russian Federation, and, at the same time, intensify the democratisation and Europeanisation process.
17/01/2021 Free Readings Region: Black Sea Topic: Geopolitics
PHD Zlatko HADŽIDEDIĆ , Adnan IDRIZBEGOVIĆ
By the end of 2020, a strange information appeared in Bosnian and German media: having made unilateral concessions to the long campaign of Russia to put an end to the Office of the High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany now wants to overthrow the current High Representative, Valentin Inzko, and bring the OHR under control of its own man, Christian Schmidt.
15/01/2021 Free Readings Region: Western Balkans Topic: Various
Michael RÜHLE
NATO had been addressing a range of emerging threats for quite some time, yet it had done so in a compartmentalised way, without clear-cut political guidance or thorough conceptual underpinning. The 2010 Strategic Concept signalled a change, however, as it provided NATO with a wide-ranging mandate to address these challenges in a more systematic way.
15/01/2021 Free Readings Region: International Organizations Topic: NATO
PHD Prof. Achim HURRELMANN
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland leaving the European Union and Euratom represents a major challenge to the EU and its Member States, and has complex economic, financial, social and political implications for the entire Community acquis. The United Kingdom’s exit from the EU, the success of Eurosceptic and populist discourse, the radicalization of public opinion, as well as the persisting differences in the developmental trajectories of EU countries highlight the need to (re-)think the European project in order to provide Member States with a common sense of direction.
15/01/2021 Free Readings Region: European Union Topic: Various
Professor Dr. Christian KAUNERT
UK leaving the European Union takes place in an increasingly complex and challenging international context, and to make things even more complicated the bilateral negotiations meant to deliver an agreement by the end of this year are stalling. The good news is that the outcome of the presidential elections in the USA promises to be beneficial to the transatlantic relationship on the whole and to (eventually) contribute to the UK-EU relationship being repaired.
24/12/2020 Free Readings Region: European Union Topic: Various
Constantin IACOBIŢĂ
From the Editor
23/12/2020 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Geopolitics
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