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Socio-Economic Challenges and Jordan’s Foreign Policy (Workshop II)
Employment, Trade, and International Cooperation – Perspectives from the Region and Europe
13/06/2019 - 15/06/2019 | 09:00 - 12:00 Jordan
The workshop in Amman was the second in a series devoted to analyzing issues related to Jordan’s socio-economic reforms and foreign policy. Mid-level experts who work in the field of policy analysis and advice in think tanks, academic research institutions, and comparable organizations discussed options for action together with decision-makers. The participants had previously attended a workshop in Berlin in April 2019.
Category: Jordan
Toward a Peace Process on the Korean Peninsula – Feasible Next Steps
04/06/2019 | 18:30 - 20:00 | DGAP
Russia and the West: Scenarios for the future
28/05/2019 | 18:00 - 19:30 | Robert Bosch Stiftung, Berlin Representative Office, Berlin | Russia
Category: Russia, Western World
East and West in a Troubled Union: Moving forward after the European Parliament Election
09/05/2019 | 12:00 - 13:30 | DGAP | Elections
Category: Elections, European Union
Countering Dark Commerce: Security Implications of Illicit Internet Trade
08/05/2019 | 18:30 - 20:00 | DGAP
European Election Outlook: What to expect from the big reshuffle of the European Parliament
Town Hall Debate
07/05/2019 | 09:00 - 10:30 | DGAP | Elections
Category: Elections, European Union
A new Big Three in the EU: The Franco-German tandem – and Spain?
Early Bird Breakfast
30/04/2019 | 08:30 - 10:00 | DGAP | Spain, Elections
Category: Elections, Spain
Winds of Change: What Next for Ukraine after the Presidential Elections?
29/04/2019 | 12:30 - 14:00 | DGAP | Ukraine, Elections
Category: Elections, Ukraine
Socio-Economic Challenges and Jordan’s Foreign Policy (Workshop I)
Employment, Trade, and International Cooperation – Perspectives from the Region and Europe
11/04/2019 - 14/04/2019 | 09:00 - 12:00 | DGAP | Jordan
Grievances have been growing over Jordan’s socio-economic and political problems, including high public debt, a significant current account deficit, and high unemployment. In June 2018, former Prime Minister Hani al-Mulki was forced to resign after mass protests swept the country. Jordan’s socio-economic challenges are further amplified by its difficult external environment. An interconnected rather than separate challenge, it has resulted in a significant influx of refugees and a more difficult trade and investment environment.
Category: Jordan
Socio-Economic Development and Violent Extremism in Morocco (Workshop II)
Morocco’s Regional Policy, Migration, and (De-)Radicalization – Perspectives from the Region and Europe
04/03/2019 | 09:00 - 18:00 Morocco
The workshop in Rabat was the second in a series devoted to analyzing Morocco’s regional policy in Sub-Sahara Africa as well as its approach to tackling radicalization and violent extremism. Mid-level experts working in the field of policy analysis and advice in think tanks, academic research institutions, and comparable organizations were brought together with decision-makers from Morocco and the European Union to discuss options for action in the field. The participants had previously attended another workshop in Berlin on December 8-11, 2018.
Category: Morocco
Voices on Values: How European Publics and Policy Actors Value an Open Society
19/02/2019 | 13:15 - 17:00 | DGAP | European Union
Category: European Union
EU Reforms: Inputs from Poland
29/01/2019 | 18:00 - 20:00 | DGAP | Poland, European Union
Category: European Union, Poland
Regional Cooperation in Central Asia and Uzbekistan’s Role
16/01/2019 | 18:30 - 20:00 | DGAP | Uzbekistan
Category: Uzbekistan
Socio-Economic Development and Violent Extremism in Morocco (Workshop I)
Morocco’s Regional Policy, Migration, and (De-)Radicalization – Perspectives from the Region and Europe
08/12/2018 - 11/12/2018 | 09:00 - 17:00 Morocco
The past years have seen a reorientation of Morocco’s regional foreign policy and an acceleration of Morocco’s economic integration with Sub-Saharan Africa. At the same time, socio-economic challenges at home persist and have reinforced domestic economic and political grievances, which have also acted as key drivers of radicalization. Consequently, some have criticized the increasing investments in countries south of the Sahara and called for greater domestic engagement to improve the country’s situation.
Category: Morocco
Connecting Eurasia: EU-Russia-China-Central Asia Strategic Dialogue on Connectivity
04/12/2018 | 09:00 - 17:00 | Russian International Affairs Council,
Connecting Eurasia: EU-Russia-China-Central Asia Strategic Dialogue on Connectivity
For the EU, Russia, China, and not least the Central Asian states, transcontinental commercial, financial, economic and physical connectivity in Eurasia bears considerable common ground. Gathering for a strategic workshop, experts exchanged views on various ways to fortify this connectivity.
Protecting Europe:
Meeting the EU’s Military Level of Ambition in the Context of Brexit
28/11/2018 | 15:30 - 17:00
Germany and the Visegrád Group
Devising a Joint Forward-Looking EU Agenda in 2019
19/11/2018 | 12:30 - 16:00 | DGAP
Germany and the Visegrád Group
The future of Europe is a topic which requires political will. It must be addressed at the Visegrád Group’s summit in Bratislava, which the German Chancellor Merkel is anticipated to attend in February 2019, a DGAP conference of Visegrád experts found.
Deal, No Deal, or No Brexit: Can the Brits still change their minds?
06/11/2018 | 13:00 - 14:30 | DGAP | United Kingdom, European Union
Category: European Union, United Kingdom
TRAIN 2018: Discussing Scenarios and Strategic Options for EU Engagement in the Western Balkans
09/10/2018 - 12/10/2018 | 10:00 - 17:00 Balkans
 TRAIN 2018: Discussing Scenarios and Strategic Options for EU Engagement in the Western Balkans
From the 9th to the 12th of October, the third and final seminar of this year’s TRAIN Programme cycle took place in Brussels, once again bringing together think tank experts from the Western Balkans and across the EU to discuss the prospects for regional cooperation and European integration. Following their kick-off seminar in Berlin in April and a follow-up session in Belgrade in June, the researchers have developed concrete scenarios for 2025 and, on that basis, formulated policy recommendations for EU engagement.
Category: Balkans
Tunisia’s Fragile Democracy: Decentralization, Institution-Building, and the Development of Marginalized Regions
Perspectives from the Region and Europe (Workshop II)
04/10/2018 - 06/10/2018 | 10:00 - 18:00
The workshop in Tunis was the second in a workshop series devoted to analyzing issues related to the development of marginalized regions, decentralization and institution-building in Tunisia. It brought together mid-level experts who work in the field of policy analysis and advice in think tanks, academic research institutions, or comparable organizations, and who had previously attended a workshop in Berlin in August 2018 to discuss with decision-makers the options for action.
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