Module 1 of Seminar on Emerging Foreign and Security Dimensions

 

The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination will host a special seminar, divided in three interrelated modules. The first module runs from Wednesday to Saturday, September 26-29, 2018 and will address "The OSCE, The EU, ASEAN - The Institutions and Relevant Dimensions." The seminar program is located below and can be found here.  To attend the event, RSVP to Rana Ibrahem. 

 

Module 1 will include:

Wednesday, September 26

Thursday, September 27

Friday September 28

The full seminar program can be found here.

 

The seminar is also now accepting applications student fellows to participate in the seminar. Fellows will be selected through a competitive application process. Interested student fellows should please contact Rana Ibrahem (ribrahem@princeton.edu(link sends e-mail)) and Johnathan (jfalcone@princeton.edu(link sends e-mail)). 

 


The seminar will discuss emerging security challenges from strategic developments, inter-state and intra-state perspectives, self-determination, climate and environmental issues, to migration and leadership challenges in the region spanning from Vancouver to Vladivostok. It will offer an overview about some of the key institutions in security and foreign relations in the Northern Hemisphere: the EU, the OSCE, and ASEAN. The seminar is divided into three modules and is co-sponsored by the EU Program and the Woodrow Wilson School:

(Module i.) The OSCE, The EU, ASEAN - The Institutions and Relevant Dimensions; Wednesday to Saturday, September 26-29, 2018, Public Roundtable, Thursday, September 27.

(Module ii.) Challenges and Crises in the OSCE Realm: from Vancouver to Vladivostok; Thursday to Saturday, October 18-20, 2018, Public Roundtable, Thursday, October 18.

(Module iii.) The Emerging Quadripartite Relationship: USA - EU/Europe – Russia - China; Thursday to Saturday, November 15-17, 2018, Public Roundtable, Thursday, November 15.

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