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Re-imagining EU Foreign and Security Policy in a Complex and Contested World


The event aims to offer selected speakers and the public a fruitful occasion to discuss how the European Union has managed to reduce the adverse effect of the contextual factors on its foreign and security policy towards conflicts and crises. In this context, The International Spectator, the IAI's peer-reviewed journal, presents its latest special issue (March 2024) "Re-imagining EU Foreign and Security Policy in a Complex and Contested World".



5.00pm-5.10pm Welcome Remarks


Editor of The International Spectator


5.10pm-5.25pm  Introduction to the Special Issue


Research coordinator and Head of the Global Actors Programme, IAI

HYLKE DIJKSTRA Professor of International Security and Cooperation at Maastricht University


5.25pm-6.00pm Panel Discussion


Postdoctoral researcher, Centre for Security, Diplomacy and Strategy, Brussels School of Governance

OLGA OLIKER Program Director for Europe and Central Asia, International Crisis Group

IRINA PETROVA Assistant Professor in the Politics of Eurasia, University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies

LUIGI SCAZZIERI Senior Research Fellow, Centre for European Reform


6.00pm-6.15pm Q&A 

5 Apr 2024