Nordic Council of Ministers Office in Lithuania together with the Institute of International Relations and Political Science kindly invites you to take part in the event-discussion „Migration and Integration in the Nordic Countries and Lithuania“. Purpose of the event is to contribute to better understanding in Lithuania of the challenges the Nordic countries faced during the period of high influx of asylum seekers during the Fall of 2015 and of the challenges around integration we will have to cope with in the aftermath of this particular period. What role the high immigration issue has in Internal politics of each receiving country and how the countries could deal with ideological split in these societies? You can find more information abou this event here.
This discussion is a part of event series Club Norden arranged by the Nordic Council of Ministers Office in Lithuania.
Brussels, 28 April 2016 - Under the coordination of the French Institute of International Relations (Ifri), this unique report presents what all Member states think about the European Union.
This publication entitled The European Union in the fog is the outcome of an EU-wide project aiming to shed light on each Member state’s motivation to participate in the Union. A timely effort in a challenging period for Europe. Both educational and analytical, this volume is an ideal reference guide for journalists, practitioners, experts, students and citizens. Prof. Gediminas Vitkus represented our Institute.
Eastern European and Russian studies. Join the hub of Eastern Europe experts!
International conference "Assurance and Deterrence: NATO’s Warsaw Summit Agenda from the Baltic Perspective“ May 12th at IIRPS VU
Presentation of a study by NATO StratCom CoE "DAESH Information Campaign and its Influence"
In the eyes of others
Former Prime Minister of the Republic of Lithuania Mr. Andrius Kubilius
You have exhibited great skills of policy analysis - the policy we implement in Lithuania as well as the ones other countires implement worldwide. You know how to analyse it. You do it critically and this is distinctly good.
Congratulatory speach at the IIRPS 18th anniversary
February 9 th, 2010