On February 1st 2017 Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies hosted the event – Security Challenges in the Balkans with Special Reference to Serbia – The Role of EU, NATO and Russia due to the visit of the delegation of the Atlantic Council.
First round of student debates between seven universities from Slovakia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Moldova within the project “Strengthening Debating Skills and Promoting Democratic Values among Youth” took place on Wednesday, December 7th,2016, in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia.
Welcome to the two-day International conference on NATO which is an part of the Fourth Belgrade NATO Week.
The Fourth Belgrade NATO Week was officially opened with a two day international conference, held on November 28 and 29 in “Aeroklub”, Uzun Mirkova 4, Belgrade.
Over a hundred participants took part in the conference, including representatives of the state, diplomatic core, NATO, NGOs, youth from the Faculty of Political science, political parties and a considerable number of media representatives, which showed great interest in the relationship between Serbia and NATO.
CEAS Director Jelena Milić will take part in the Warsaw Summit Experts' Forum — NATO in Defence of Peace: 2016 and Beyond, held on the margins of the NATO Summit on 7–9 July 2016.
Spring round of debates between Slovak and Serbian university students was held in Bratislava on 26 April, 2016 and in Banská Bystrica on 27 April, 2016. In Bratislava, teams of Novi Sad University and Comenius University met, and the following day students from Belgrade University travelled to Banská Bystrica to debate current hot issues with their peers from Matej Bel University.
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