Entries by Sigita Urdze

Public Event at International Institute for Peace in Vienna

The Working Group 1 workshop continued with the public event at the International Institute for Peace in Vienna. Angela Kane, Ramses A. Wessel, Clara Portela and Heinz Gartner discussed the nuclear non-proliferation and the challenges for the EU at the roundtable chaired by Marylia Hushcha.

Impressions from Workshop “Contemporary Challenges in the Field of Non-Proliferation Arms Control Policy and EU Responses”

COST Action ENTER Working Group 1 (New Realities)-Workshop “Contemporary Challenges in the Field of Non-Proliferation Arms Control Policy and EU Responses” has started. The event is being hosted by the International Institute for Peace in Vienna. After a fruitful session at the workshop participants enjoy their coffee break at the historical building of International Institute […]

Second COST Action ENTER Policy Brief published

Our second Policy Brief is published. The EU’s Peacebuilding: Past, Present, Future by Münevver Cebeci. The policy brief addresses the challenges for the EU in its peacebuilding efforts. Contrary to analyses that blame the EU’s non-unitary nature and young foreign policy, the author argues the EU’s ineffectiveness in peacebuilding is due to its liberal peace […]

Brief report on workshop “At the EU Doorstep: External Perceptions of the EU by Candidate and Eastern Partnership Countries”

The workshop “At the EU Doorstep: External Perceptions of the EU by Candidate and Eastern Partnership Countries” was organised on 15th-16th November 2019 at the Institute of European Studies, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, and gathered 44 students (MA and PhD students). This one-and-a-half-day workshop focused on the images produced on the EU from the perspective […]

Public Panel: “EU Foreign Policy in Times of Populism”

We are proud to announce our next Public Panel – “EU Foreign Policy in Times of Populism”. It will take place on 27 February, 18:00-19:30, Diplomatic Academy Vienna. Speakers: Gerda Falkner (Professor at University of Vienna): Right Wing Populist Parties in the EU and their positions on Foreign Policy Ivan Krastev (Permanent Fellow, Institute for […]

“De-Europeanization and the EU’s International Relations”

COST Action ENTER is proud to announce another workshop. On 27 and 28 February 2020 experts will convene at the University of Vienna to discuss the topic of “De-Europeanization and the EU’s International Relations”. This workshop engages with the emerging debate on de-Europeanization of EU foreign policy, both at the conceptual and empirical level. De-Europeanization […]

Another COST Action ENTER Short Term Scientific Mission completed: Maria Diacon at the University of Latvia

In my Short-Term Scientific Mission in the framework of the COST Action ENTER I had the main purpose to analyze the perception and the implication of philo-Russian representatives in the process of European integration in Latvia. During my Short-Term Scientific Mission the activities carried out were linked directly with the purpose of Working Group 2: […]

CfP “Contemporary Challenges in the field of Non-Proliferation/Arms Control Policy and EU Responses”

We are pleased to announce a Working Group 1 (New Realities)-workshop in Vienna on 26 and 27 February 2020. This workshop aims to thorough discussions of the contemporary challenges in the field of non-proliferation and arms control diplomacy. The workshop will thus have sessions on the upcoming NPT review conference and its likely outcome as […]

CfP “Contestation and politicization of EU foreign policy: New realities or same old?”

We are pleased to announce a Working Group 3 (Contestation)-workshop in Vienna on 26 and 27 February 2020. Contestation and politicization are ubiquitous in the fields of International Relations and European Studies. The distinct strands of literature that analyze how international norms and institutions, globalization, and European integration are contested have soared. Slower but steadily, […]