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The New Geopolitics of Eastern Europe


Tuesday, 24 April 2018, 5:30pm

Peterhouse Theatre, Peterhouse, Cambridge


Cambridge Polish Studies is proud to support this event, hosted and organised by the Forum on Geopolitics at the Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS), University of Cambridge. Cambridge Polish Studies has cooperated with the Forum on a range of events connected with Poland and the broader region of Central and Eastern Europe.


Eastern Europe is uniquely exposed to three of the major international crises of the time - the fracturing of the European Union, the New Cold War with Russia and the outbreak of conflict in the Middle East. This discussion brings together four experts on different parts of Central and Eastern Europe to explore the political impact of these crises on the region which sits at their epicentre. The event is the first in a six-part colloquium on The New Intermarium which the Forum on Geopolitics is running in 2018.


About the Panel:

Prof. Aleks Szczerbiak: Professor of Politics & Contemporary European Studies, University of Sussex

Ms. Yulia Osmoloskaya: former Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Mr. Laza Kekic: former Regional Director, Europe, The Economist Intelligence Unit

Dr. Antonia Colibasanu: Senior Analyst, Geopolitical Futures


Please click here to sign up for a free ticket.