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As one of the opening panels of the #IDEAS22 conference on (Dis)Integration from an (in)equality perspective, a key merit of the discussions surrounding “EU Global Cybersecurity Capacity Building and Global Digital Inequality” was to highlight from the onset the diversity of implications, disciplines and questions raised by the conference’s central theme.Read more
Coordinated by the Institut d’études européennes (IEE) the project sets out to assess the EU’s capacity to act given the challenges facing Democratic Institutions, the rise of Alternative MOdels, and mounting Normative Dissensus (DIAMOND).Read more
On 28 April, our alumni hosted a debate on current events with Ambassadors Iulia Matei, Romania’s EU Permanent Representative, and Petar Markovic, Head of Mission of Montenegro to the EU, both graduates from the Institute.Read more
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