Will the Eurozone become the real European Union in a few years with the rest of the EU member states forming just a periphery of Europe’s core? What will this core look like and which rules will it apply?
South Africa’s Democratic Experience: Parallels with Bulgaria? a talk with H.E. Sheila Camerer (Ambassador of South Africa in Bulgaria)
Round table, organized by ECFR Sofia at the Centre for Culture and Debate: Red House.
Sofia launch of the “Power Audit of EU- North African Relations” by Nick Witney. With the support of the Embassy of Spain in Bulgaria.
The Future of Transatlantic Relations: South East Europe and Beyond – the second conference of the Germia Hill Forum, held at Prishtina, Kosovo by ECFR Sofia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kosovo
The event launched the new ECFR brief The Periphery of the Periphery: the Western Balkans and the Euro Crisis by Dimitar Bechev. It was organized by ECFR Sofia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bulgaria.
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.