For well over a decade “transition” in domestic and external dynamics in Central and Eastern Europe stood for transition to a governance based on values of peace, democracy, respect for human rights, justice, equality, rule of law and sustainability as defined by the EU founding treaties. Kremlin policies challenging the European solidarity have rightly been a key focus for policymaking in the Baltics. At the same time they were driving reforms towards a more “European” kind of governance as an antidote against undemocratic processes just across the Eastern border.
The Institute of International Relations and Political Science and Freedom House invite experts, politicians and students to join a discussion based on the findings of the Freedom House “Nations in Transit 2016” survey.
Sir M. Rifkind who has served at the forefront of British politics for almost forty years will give a lecture of the future of British foreign policy after Brexit. This is an extraordinary opportunity to meet and discuss with a well-known British politician who was Foreign Minister and Minister of Defence as well as having served in other ministries in the governments of Margaret Thatcher and John Major. Sir M. Rifkind during his lecture will speak on the future of British foreign policy, on Britain’s future relationship with the European Union and NATO and on Britain’s relationship with the Baltic States.
Public Lecture by prof. Motohiro Tsuchiya "Japan's Response to Cyber Threats"
Eastern European and Russian studies. Join the hub of Eastern Europe experts!
Presentation of the book “NATO: Rethink Realign React. Tackling Security Challenges Together”
In the eyes of others
H.E President Valdas Adamkus
The Future of the Nation and State is defined and formed by competent and talented individuals.
I wish Institute to gather most of those progressive young minds and give them the key to our Future.
Aspiration for the start of the new academic year