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Perceptions of the EU in Central Europe amid COVID-related crisis
23.03.21 Online Panel with Velina Tchakarova
Cyber Security in International Politics: The Perspectives of Japan and Austria
22.03.21 Online Discussion
Co-hosted event by the Embassy of Japan in Austria, the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy (AIES), and the Vienna School of International Studies.
Die geopolitische Brisanz der Energiewende
17.03.21 AIES Talk mit Karin Kneissl, Außenministerin a.D.
AIES Präsident Dr. Werner Fasslabend Spricht mit Karin Kneissl, Außenministerin a.D., über die geopolitische Brisanz der Energiewende.
How governance can shape a better future?
08.03.21 E-Discussion with Velina Tchakarova
AI & Global Power
08.03.21 Online Panel with Velina Tchakarova
Myanmar – Crisis and Perspectives
03.03.21 AIES Talk with Kristina Kironska and Alfred Gerstl
AIES Präsident Dr. Werner Fasslabend interviews Dr. Kristina Kironska, researcher at the Palacky University Olomouc in Czechia, and Dr. Alfred Gerstl, Professor President of CEIAS, about the Myanmar crisis and perspectives.
Any Chance for the Iran Nuclear Deal?
25.02.21 AIES Talk
AIES President Dr. Werner Fasslabend speaks with Ali Soltanieh, F. Iran Ambassador to IAEA, and Heinz Gärtner, Prof. University of Vienna, about the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Europe’s Belt and Road corridors into Africa
19.02.21 With statements about the AIES and the publications of AIES Senior Associate Fellow Dr. Michaël Tanchum
In this publication, Michaël Tanchum examines the three trans-Mediterranean corridors that are emerging between Europe and Africa through the Mediterranean region. The author also presents recommendations for the further path to creating successful and mutually beneficial commercial relations between Europe and Africa.
The Situation in Afghanistan
19.02.21 Al Jazeera Interview with AIES President Dr. Werner Fasslabend
Strategic Review on Global Hotspots
12.02.21 Online Discussion
On the 28th of January 2021, AIES President Dr. Werner Fasslabend discussed strategic challenges in global hotspots for 2021 with seven guest speakers. The event was opened by the Director of the Diplomatische Akademie Wien, Dr. Emil Brix. Afterwards, experts Martin Sajdik, Wolfgang Pusztai, Walter Feichtinger, Herbert Traxl, Nikolaus Scholik, Alfred Gerstl, and Ralph Thiele shared their insights on strategic trends in Eastern Europe, Africa and the Mediterranean Sea, the Middle East, India, China, Southeast Asia, and Space.