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About the event There is a prevailing view among academics and analysts that we are currently experiencing a major transition in the balance of power at the centre of the world order, from unipolarly
"Time is running out for liberalism". That is the key message the Kremlin has fed to Russian citizens over the last decade. After being daily bombarded with images portraying the decline and decay of
Dr. Cristian Nitoiu, Co-Founder and Deputy Director of the Center for Foreign Policy and Security Studies (CFPSS), Senior Lecturer at Institute for Diplomac and International Governance, Loughborou
Romania and The United Kingdom - The Special Relationship after Brexit Cristian Nitoiu, Tim Oliver, Florin Pasatoiu and Nicola Chelotti The Report focuses on four scenarios for how B
Relations between the West and Russia have reached the tensest moment since the end of the Cold War. Mutual distrust now dominates the way in which the United States and the European Union interact
The recurrent debate about Israel in Pakistan reflects the former’s improved international standing. The Muslim giant could become the next success in Israel’s growing acceptance around the world
Whatever paradigm for peace is tabled by the Trump administration, no end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is in sight. Managing the conflict for the long term – a somewhat fuzzy approach
Iran is a formidable enemy. A large country of more than 80 million people, endowed with energy riches, it has always been a regional power. Having an imperial past and revolutionary zeal (since the