This virtual event will explore the foreign policy orientation and geopolitical role of the Republic
Foreign Policy (FPWG): Past events
An event discussing the expansion of the BRICS bloc and the impact of the rise of the Global South.
A virtual event that will analyse Italy's foreign policy formulation and decision-making.
A book launch event brought to you by the Foreign Policy Working Group.
The Annual General Meeting of the Foreign Policy Working Group
A hybrid roundtable has been organised by the BISA Foreign Policy Working Group and EISA.
This event will discuss Kaleem Hussain's 'Peace and Reconciliation in International and Islamic Law'
A Foreign Policy Working Group event considering different aspects of "disordered information".
A Foreign Policy Working Group event discussing the role of women in foreign policy making.
Understanding emerging world (dis)orders: Research networks and new paradigms in foreign policy research
A discussion between scholars from the Politics of Disorder research network, University of Lincoln.
A discussion on the impact of security concerns on field work research.
A Foreign Policy Working Group discussion about the priorities of the Armenian Foreign Policy
Extensive roundtable on women in foreign policy research.
What is the role of think tanks in foreign policy formulation?
A look at the foreign policy of UPA in the years 2004-2014
What does the withdrawal from Afghanistan mean for peacebuilding, multilateral institutions and the region?
What does the withdrawal from Afghanistan mean for peacebuilding and multilateral organisations?
Neutrality policies in Europe, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia after 1991.
A discussion on Robert Mason's new textbook 'New Perspectives on Middle East Politics'.
Leadership in foreign policy with Athanassios G Platias and Vasileios Syros.
A discussion about book 'The Politics of Military Force' with author Frank A Stengel.
A virtual event made in collaboration between the foreign policy and international law working group
An event dedicated to ontological and epistemological exploration of foreign policy.
Two interesting talks that aim to explore different aspects of global health during emergencies.
A discussion of Russia's policy towards the Middle East, North Africa and specifically Egypt.
Greek and Cypriot foreign policy trends and dynamics in the aftermath of the covid-19 crisis.
An informal welcome and networking online event from FPWG. Introduce yourself and meet others.
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