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The Baltic Sea Region after Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine / IEŚ Policy Papers / edited by Damian Szacawa and Kazimierz Musiał

We invite you to read the newest Policy Papers 11/2022: The Baltic Sea Region after Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine, edited by Damian Szacawa and Kazimierz Musiał. List of articles: Damian Szacawa, Kazimierz Musiał, The Baltic Sea Region after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: IntroductionKazimierz Musiał, Damian Szacawa, Changing the regional identity of the Baltic Sea...

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Yearbook 2/2022: Central Europe, Eastern Europe, and Russia: geopolitics, security, and resilience. Editors: Tomasz Stępniewski, Beata Surmacz

We invite you to read the ICE Yearbook 2/2022: Central Europe, Eastern Europe, and Russia: geopolitics, security, and resilience. Issue’s editors: Tomasz Stępniewski, Beata Surmacz Table of content: Tomasz Stępniewski, Russia-Ukraine war: independence, identity, and securitySerhiy Danylenko, Oleksandra Fursai, “Vaccinodemic” as a component of the global hybrid...

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Our newest Policy Papers recommended by New Eastern Europe

Our special series of IEŚ Policy Papers is the result of a collaboration between the Institute of Central Europe in Lublin, New Eastern Europe magazine and international researchers from Ukraine and Poland.  More info here: https://neweasterneurope.eu/2022/12/28/volodymyr-zelenskyys-presidency-and-the-impact-of-the-russia-ukraine-war/ The book is available for downloading here:...

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Merry Christmas!

We wish you a joyful Christmas, filled with peace and warmth. Have a happy and prosperous New Year! The Institute of Central Europe in Lublin Udostępnij

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On December 6-9, Szczepan Czarnecki took part in a study trip to Prague as part of the project: Research Center of the Three Seas Initiative organized by ISP PAN

On 6-9 December, Szczepan Czarnecki, an analyst from the Visegrad Team, took part in a study trip to Prague as part of the project “Research Center of the Three Seas Initiative” organized by ISP PAN. During the study visit, participants took part in a series of meetings with partners from the Czech Republic, i.e. with analysts from Asociace pro mezinárodní...

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Webinarium: Russia’s War in Ukraine: Implications for the Politics of History in Central and Eastern Europe / 13 December 2022

We invite you to participate in the webinar: Russia’s War in Ukraine: Implications for the Politics of History in Central and Eastern Europe 13 December 2022 / 11:00-12:30 CET / On Zoom in English. Please click the link below to join the webinar:https://zoom.us/j/91656035153?pwd=ZFZqRjdDamFaTGRDWVJhL0RuSE0vQT09Passcode: 271667 Participants Professor Georgiy...

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Seminar: Germany’s role in Central Europe: continuation or change?

The Central Europe Institute in Lublin together with the Western Institute in Poznań invite you to the seminar: Germany’s role inCentral Europe: continuation or change? The event will take place on 12 December 2022, at 10.00 a.m. at the Western Institute in Poznań. The discussion will be attended by: Justyna SchulzKrzysztof MalinowskiViktor SavinokTomasz MorozowskiPiotr...

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Russia’s war with Ukraine: fighting continues and what next? /6 December

The Central Europe Institute in Lublin and the Department of European Studies, Institute of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw invite you to a webinar: Russia’s war with Ukraine: the fighting continues and what next? Date: 6 December 2022, 11.30-13.00 (webinar) Link to broadcast:https://youtu.be/NKwBFwMk3FAPasscode: 667293 Moderation: Prof. Tomasz...

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Dr Hanna Bazhenova participated in the conference “Central and Eastern Europe in International Politics of the 20th and 21st Centuries”, 7-8 November 2022

On 7-8 November 2022, Dr Hanna Bazhenova from the Eastern Team of the IEŚ participated in the International Scientific Conference “Central and Eastern Europe in the International Politics of the 20th and 21st Centuries”, which was organised by the Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow Academy and the Pedagogical University named after the Commission of National Education in...

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Visit of IEŚ Board and analysts to Stockholm

On November 30, 2022, a workshop meeting was held at the embassy of the Republic of Poland in Stockholm and at the Council of the Baltic Sea States. One day later, prof. Beata Surmacz, prof. Tomasz Stępniewski and dr Damian Szacawa participated in the CBEES Annual Confernce 2022. Where are we now? Perspectives on East European Area Studies Today at Södertörn University.As part...

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Dr. Damian Szacawa participated in a meeting with members of the Committee of Senior Officials of the Council of the Baltic Sea States (BPM)

Dr Damian Szacawa, senior analyst in the Baltic Team, participated in a meeting with members of the Committee of Senior Officials of the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS). The meeting took place on 23rd November 2022 at the secretariat of the CBSS in Stockholm. The topic of discussion were geopolitical changes in the Baltic Sea region, reflection on regional cooperation and...

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Meeting with rectors of Ukrainian universities

ICE Director, prof. Beata Surmacz participated in a meeting with Ukrainian rectors associated in the Union of Rectors of Ukraine. The meeting was held on November 15, 2022 at the Institute of Political and Administrative Sciences of UMCS. Udostępnij

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Why can Polish-Lithuanian relations become a model for relations between Warsaw and Kiev? A. Kuczyńska-Zonik, J. Olchowski, A. Szabaciuk and T. Stępniewski in the LRT News programme

Why can Polish-Lithuanian relations become a model for relations between Warsaw and Kiev? On November 11, 1918, Poland regained its independence. It was then that Poland’s conflict with Lithuania and Ukraine really began. How did the date of February 24, 2022 change the course of history in the region? Will historical disputes between nations return? Can the Orthodox...

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Dr hab. Konrad Pawłowski took part in the 5th International Academic Conference on Human Security #HS22: INNOVATION, RESEARCH, AND KNOWLEDGE IN THE (RE)CONFIGURATION OF HUMAN SECURITY

On November 4-5, 2022, the Head of the Balkan Team, dr. Konrad Pawłowski, participated in the 5th International Academic Conference on Human Security #HS22: INNOVATION, RESEARCH, AND KNOWLEDGE in the (RE)CONFIGURATION of HUMAN SECURITY. The conference was organized by the Faculty of Security Sciences of the University of Belgrade (Факултет безбедности...

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Dr Piotr Oleksy participated in the conference “Addressing the Past – Shaping the Future: Memory Politics in Europe and Canada” organized by Victoria University in Canada

Dr. Piotr Oleksy participated in the conference “Addressing the Past – Shaping the Future: Memory Politics in Europe and Canada” organized by Victoria University in Canada. Within the framework of the meeting, he participated in a panel devoted to issues of memory in the Russian war against Ukraine. In his speech, he underlined the importance of the Russian policy of...

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