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What is happening to the democracies and unresolved conflicts of Eastern Europe?

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Event Agenda

Foreign Policy

The short answer is that a lot is happening to the political regimes in Eastern Europe, not only in Ukraine, and the unresolved conflicts of the region are of immense importance for the future of Europe’s security. This conference brings together an unrivaled set of expert scholars covering these issues, which have to be high up on the EU’s agenda in the new political period now opening.


Registration from 13.30 – Meeting from 14.00 to 17.30

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Discussants &

Below is our list of speakers and discussants.

Steven Blockmans Steven Blockmans

Steven Blockmans

Senior Research Fellow and Head of Foreign Policy and of Institutions Unit

Speakers list
Richard Youngs

Carnegie Europe

Ghia Nodia

Ilya State University, Tbilisi

Denis Cenusa

Expert-Grup, Chisinau & Justus-Liebig University, Giessen

Artem Remizov

IER, Kyiv

Syuzanna Vasilyan

ULB, Brussels

Jerzy Pomianowski

European Endowment for Democracy, Brussels

Laure Delcour

IRIS, Paris

Nikolaus von Twickel

freelance analyst, Berlin

Thomas de Waal

Carnegie Europe

Andrey Makarychev

University of Tartu

Natalia Mirimanova

conflict resolution scholar, Brussels

Steven Blockmans


Michael Emerson


Bruno Coppieters

Professor - VUB

Dirk Lorenz

European External Action Service


Event Details

Foreign Policy

What is happening to the democracies and unresolved conflicts of Eastern Europe?

Event Address

1 Place du Congrès
1000 Brussel
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Event Date

Day 1 - Monday
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