With the Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences аnd the Bulgarian Diplomatic Institute - the event is organized with the kind cooperation of the Center for Strategic Research of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Discussion with the title "Political and economic processes in Turkey and their reflection on the Bulgarian-Turkish relations", organized by Capital weekly and ECFR Sofia
Where is Russia heading to? Scenarios until 2020
The discussion draws on the new ECFR report: ‘Dealing with a post-BRIC Russia’ by Ben Judah, Jana Kobzova and Nicu Popescu. It looks at the domestic and foreign policy constraints on a post-BRIC Russia that will shape Putin’s next presidency and analyses how Europe should rethink its relationship with Moscow.
Closed launch of the Scorecard 2012
"South East Europe in a Multipolar Era" was the first edition of the inaugural conference of the Germia Hill Forum, held at Prishtina, Kosovo and organized jointly by ECFR Sofia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kosovo
The event launched the report What Does Turkey Think?, authored by Dimitar Bechev in Sofia. It was organized at the European Parliament Informational Office in Bulgaria.
Closed lunch on the topic of "The EU’s strategic partnership with China: how to get it off the ground?“
Launch of the Beyond Maastricht: A New Deal for the Eurozone report
ECFR Sofia hosted a session on the prospects for the EU’s policies in the Eastern neighbourhood in cooperation with the Polish Embassy. The group of speakers was joined by a select group of senior diplomats stationed in Sofia, members of the Bulgarian parliament, top government officials, a medley of journalists and think-tankers.