Central European Strategy Council is Now GLOBSEC

| 26. Apr 2016
Entering its second decade, GLOBSEC has decided to take up several new challenges to match the rapidly changing international environment and to help its global outreach. GLOBSEC and the consortium of its organisations have therefore undergone major changes.


The “Supporting Economic Reforms in Ukraine by Transferring V4 Experience” project organised by the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade in cooperation with GLOBSEC (Slovak Atlantic Commission), Europeum, Lublin University, Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy and supported by the International Visegrad Fund, has reached its final step. The partners have published the volume with several policy papers and recommendations for the transformation of Ukraine’s economy.
GLOBSEC Policy Institute, in partnership with the Centre for Euro-Atlantic Studies – Serbia, will organise a workshop entitled “Partnership for Serbia: Serbia, NATO and Strategic Communication”. The event is to take place on 7 June 2016 in Belgrade, Serbia and is a part of the project “Visegrad for the South-East Europe: Towards Successful Integration”.
GLOBSEC Policy Institute is entering the new decade with big ambitions, considerably expanding its research area as consequence.


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