Seminar series

The lecture series, involving distinguished speakers, were focused on the discussion of various aspects of EU foreign policy, as well as international and domestic sources of resilience in the Western Balkans.
They were open to University students, professors, civil society, and the general public.
Here below you can find the posters:

Global Europe, 27.02.2019 ( PDF | 221.29 KB )
Daniela Lai (London South Bank University): The political economy of war and post-war justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 13 May 2021
Damir Kapidžić (Università di Sarajevo) Implications of power-sharing as a peacebuilding mechanism after ethnic conflict, 12 May 2021
Cedric de Coning (NUPI, Oslo), The role of Resilience in Adaptive Peacebuilding, 21 April 2021
Irene Costantini (Università di Napoli L'Orientale), Fragility and resilience in the European Union’s security strategy, 15 April 2021
Pietro de Perini (Università di Padova), EU human rights foreign policy: continuity and change in the Mediterranean neighbourhood, 7 April 2021
Eugenio Cusumano (University of Leiden), Projecting Resilience Across the Mediterranean, 22 May 2020
Jelena Dzankic (European University Institute, Fiesole), Europeanisation of Contested States in the Western Balkans: Reality or Fad?, 13 May 2020
Senada Selo Sabic (Institute for Development and International Relations, Zagreb), Migration Trends in the Western Balkans in the Context of the EU Enlargement, 21 May 2020
Filip Ejdus (University of Belgrade), 20 May 2020, The Secession of Kosovo and Serbia's Ontological Insecurity
Florian Bieber (University of Graz), The Authoritarian Virus: The Impact of COVID19 on Democratic Decline in the Western Balkans, 14 May 2020
Arianna Piacentini (EURAC, Bolzano), Young Generations, Ethnonational Identities and Clientelism: Evidence from Bosnia-Herzegovina and North Macedonia, 6 May 2020