Catch highlights from the 2022 Central Europe Week on the EU’s response to the ongoing war in Ukraine from European Commission Vice-President Věra Jourová and European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson. Meanwhile, the DFRLab hosted their annual government-to-government forum, 360/StratCom, featuring cyber and technology strategist and policy leader Camille Stewart Gloster.
A week of hybrid programming highlighting how the United States and Central Europe can together lead in shaping transatlantic responses during times of war and geopolitical crisis, while also underscoring our unique cultural connections. The 2022 Central Europe Week will take place from December 5 – 9, 2022.
As geopolitical turmoil shakes Central and Eastern Europe, the Three Seas Initiative can play a critical role in stabilizing the region. The Atlantic Council hosted seven panel discussions at the Three Seas House at the World Economic Forum to discuss how.
An overview of China’s discourse power activities in the Global South, including the regions of Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East. It outlines the processes through which China leverages its diplomatic, media, and political positions in these regions to gain influence, and assesses the impacts of these activities for democratic resilience worldwide.
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