The Slovak Foreign Policy Association has kicked off a project devoted to countering pro-Kremlin disinformation in Central and Eastern Europe.
Three policy briefs released as part of multi-member project led by the Center for Economic Development examine how new EU member states contribute to development assistance in third countries.
The Research Center of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association is organizing this two-day international conference in Bratislava November 26-27. Peter Faross, Deputy Director-General for Energy of the European Commission, will deliver the keynote speech.
The major aim of this Slovak Foreign Policy Association conference, held under the auspices of Rudolf Chmel, Slovakia’s Vice-Prime Minister for Human Rights, National Minorities and Gender Equality, is to highlight feasible alternatives of peaceful co-existence among social groups, developed and experienced in the region of Central Europe.
The Research Centre of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association is hosting this presentation on Russian politics by Ruslan Grinberg Semyonovich, director of the Economic Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences February 3 in Bratislava.